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Stored procedures
Warning
From version 18, this function is kept for backward compatibility for most of the platforms. We recommend that you use dCopy.
Copies an image:
  • from an Image control into another Image control.
  • Versions 17 and later
    WINDEVWEBDEV - Server codeReports and QueriesWindowsUser code (UMC) in an Image variable.
    New in version 17
    WINDEVWEBDEV - Server codeReports and QueriesWindowsUser code (UMC) in an Image variable.
    WINDEVWEBDEV - Server codeReports and QueriesWindowsUser code (UMC) in an Image variable.
    in an Image variable.
    WEBDEV - Browser codeWindows MobilePHP This type of variable is not available.
Versions 16 and later
Android This function is now available for the Android applications.
WEBDEV - Browser code This function is now available in Browser code.
New in version 16
Android This function is now available for the Android applications.
WEBDEV - Browser code This function is now available in Browser code.
Android This function is now available for the Android applications.
WEBDEV - Browser code This function is now available in Browser code.
Versions 18 and later
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Windows Store apps mode.
iPhone/iPad This function is now available for the iPhone/iPad applications.
AndroidJava Only the first syntax can be used with the Image type.
New in version 18
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Windows Store apps mode.
iPhone/iPad This function is now available for the iPhone/iPad applications.
AndroidJava Only the first syntax can be used with the Image type.
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Windows Store apps mode.
iPhone/iPad This function is now available for the iPhone/iPad applications.
AndroidJava Only the first syntax can be used with the Image type.
// Simple copy of content from the "IMG_ImageDrawing" control
// into the "IMG_ImageCopy" Image control
ResCopy = dCopyBlt(IMG_ImageDrawing, IMG_ImageCopy)
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// Copy the image of the screen into an Image control
dCopyBlt(copyScreen, IMG_MyImage)
Syntax

Copying the images found in the Image controls Hide the details

<Result> = dCopyBlt(<Name of Source Image Control> , <Name of Destination Image Control> [, <Copy Mode> [, <X Source Image> [, <Y Source Image> [, <Height Source Image> [, <Width Source Image> [, <X Destination Image> [, <Y Destination Image> [, <Height Destination Image> [, <Width Destination Image>]]]]]]]]])
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the copy was performed,
  • False otherwise.
Note: dCopyBlt can return False if the screen driver does not support this function. In this case, a message is displayed in the copied image. We recommend that you update your screen driver in order to get the proper behavior.
<Name of Source Image Control>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of source Image control to use.
To perform a screen shot, use the copyScreen constant: the entire screen content is copied.
WEBDEV - Server codeWEBDEV - Browser code The copyScreen constant is not available. The image to copy must necessarily be found in an Image control and it must be a generated image.
AndroidUniversal Windows 10 App The copyScreen constant is not available.
Versions 18 and later
AndroidJava This parameter can correspond to:
  • the name of an Image control,
  • the name of a Image variable.
New in version 18
AndroidJava This parameter can correspond to:
  • the name of an Image control,
  • the name of a Image variable.
AndroidJava This parameter can correspond to:
  • the name of an Image control,
  • the name of a Image variable.
<Name of Destination Image Control>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of destination Image control where the copy will be performed.
Versions 18 and later
AndroidJava This parameter can correspond to:
  • the name of an Image control,
  • the name of an Image variable.
New in version 18
AndroidJava This parameter can correspond to:
  • the name of an Image control,
  • the name of an Image variable.
AndroidJava This parameter can correspond to:
  • the name of an Image control,
  • the name of an Image variable.
WEBDEV - Server codeWEBDEV - Browser code The destination Image control must contain a generated image.
<Copy Mode>: Optional constant
Mode of copy to perform.
copyDstInvertReverses the colors of destination Image control.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copyImageCombines the source image and the destination image by using the transparency information of destination image
Can be used to include a logo in the destination image for example.
Note: The size and position in the source are ignored. No homothety and no zoom are allowed in this mode.
iPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 App This constant is not available.
copyMergeCopyMerges the source Image control and the destination Image control.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copyMergePaintCombines, via the "Logical AND" method, the source Image control and the "pattern" of destination Image control.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copyPatCopyCopies the "pattern" of source Image control into the destination Image control.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copyPatInvertCombines, via the "Exclusive Or" method, the pattern of source Image control and the "pattern" of destination Image control. The current brush, defined by dBackGround, is used.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copyPatPaintCombines, via the "Or" method, the inverted source Image control and the "pattern" of destination Image control.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copyNotSrcCopyReverses the colors of source Image control.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copyNotSrcEraseReverses, via the "Or" method, the combination between the source Image control and the destination Image control.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copySrcCopy
(Default value)
Copies the source Image control into the destination Image control (simple copy).
copySrcEraseReverses the destination Image control and combines the result with the copy of source Image control.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copySrcAndCombines, via the "and" method, the pixels of the Image image control and the pixels of destination Image control.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copySrcInvertCombines, via the "Exclusive Or" method, the pixels of the source Image control and the pixels of the destination Image control.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copySrcPaintCombines, via the "Or" method, the pixels of source Image control and the pixels of destination Image control.
AndroidiPhone/iPadUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copyWhitenessFills the destination Image control with white.
AndroidUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
copyBlacknessFills the destination Image control with black.
AndroidUniversal Windows 10 AppJava This constant is not available.
<X Source Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source Image control by default).
<Y Source Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source Image control by default).
<Height Source Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area to copy (height of source Image control by default).
<Width Source Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area to copy (width of source Image control by default).
<X Destination Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination Image control by default).
<Y Destination Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination Image control by default).
<Height Destination Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area where the image will be copied (height of destination Image control by default). If this height is greater than the height of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
<Width Destination Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area where the image will be copied (width of destination Image control by default). If this width is greater than the width of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
Versions 17 and later
WINDEVWEBDEV - Server codeReports and QueriesUser code (UMC)

Copying the images found in the Image variables Hide the details

<Result> = dCopyBlt(<Name of Source Image> , <Name of Destination Image> [, <X Source Image> [, <Y Source Image> [, <Height Source Image> [, <Width Source Image> [, <X Destination Image> [, <Y Destination Image> [, <Height Destination Image> [, <Width Destination Image>]]]]]]]])
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the copy was performed,
  • False otherwise.
Note: dCopyBlt can return False if the screen driver does not support this function. In this case, a message is displayed in the copied image. We recommend that you update your screen driver in order to get the proper behavior.
<Name of Source Image>: Image variable
Name of the Image variable to use. This image is the source image.
<Name of Destination Image>: Image variable
Name of Image variable into which the copy will be performed.
<X Source Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Y Source Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Height Source Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area to copy (height of source image by default).
<Width Source Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area to copy (width of source image by default).
<X Destination Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Y Destination Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of the top left corner of destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Height Destination Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (height of destination image by default). If this height is greater than the height of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
<Width Destination Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (width of destination image by default). If this width is greater than the width of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
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Copying the images found in the Image variables Hide the details

<Result> = dCopyBlt(<Name of Source Image> , <Name of Destination Image> [, <X Source Image> [, <Y Source Image> [, <Height Source Image> [, <Width Source Image> [, <X Destination Image> [, <Y Destination Image> [, <Height Destination Image> [, <Width Destination Image>]]]]]]]])
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the copy was performed,
  • False otherwise.
Note: dCopyBlt can return False if the screen driver does not support this function. In this case, a message is displayed in the copied image. We recommend that you update your screen driver in order to get the proper behavior.
<Name of Source Image>: Image variable
Name of Image variable to use. This image is the source image.
<Name of Destination Image>: Image variable
Name of Image variable into which the copy will be performed.
<X Source Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Y Source Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Height Source Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area to copy (height of source image by default).
<Width Source Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area to copy (width of source image by default).
<X Destination Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Y Destination Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of the top left corner of destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Height Destination Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (height of destination image by default). If this height is greater than the height of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
<Width Destination Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (width of destination image by default). If this width is greater than the width of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
New in version 17
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Copying the images found in the Image variables Hide the details

<Result> = dCopyBlt(<Name of Source Image> , <Name of Destination Image> [, <X Source Image> [, <Y Source Image> [, <Height Source Image> [, <Width Source Image> [, <X Destination Image> [, <Y Destination Image> [, <Height Destination Image> [, <Width Destination Image>]]]]]]]])
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the copy was performed,
  • False otherwise.
Note: dCopyBlt can return False if the screen driver does not support this function. In this case, a message is displayed in the copied image. We recommend that you update your screen driver in order to get the proper behavior.
<Name of Source Image>: Image variable
Name of the Image variable to use. This image is the source image.
<Name of Destination Image>: Image variable
Name of Image variable into which the copy will be performed.
<X Source Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Y Source Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Height Source Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area to copy (height of source image by default).
<Width Source Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area to copy (width of source image by default).
<X Destination Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Y Destination Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of the top left corner of destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Height Destination Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (height of destination image by default). If this height is greater than the height of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
<Width Destination Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (width of destination image by default). If this width is greater than the width of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
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Copying the images found in the Image variables Hide the details

<Result> = dCopyBlt(<Name of Source Image> , <Name of Destination Image> [, <X Source Image> [, <Y Source Image> [, <Height Source Image> [, <Width Source Image> [, <X Destination Image> [, <Y Destination Image> [, <Height Destination Image> [, <Width Destination Image>]]]]]]]])
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the copy was performed,
  • False otherwise.
Note: dCopyBlt can return False if the screen driver does not support this function. In this case, a message is displayed in the copied image. We recommend that you update your screen driver in order to get the proper behavior.
<Name of Source Image>: Image variable
Name of Image variable to use. This image is the source image.
<Name of Destination Image>: Image variable
Name of Image variable into which the copy will be performed.
<X Source Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Y Source Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Height Source Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area to copy (height of source image by default).
<Width Source Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area to copy (width of source image by default).
<X Destination Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Y Destination Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of the top left corner of destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Height Destination Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (height of destination image by default). If this height is greater than the height of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
<Width Destination Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (width of destination image by default). If this width is greater than the width of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
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Copying the images found in the Image variables Hide the details

<Result> = dCopyBlt(<Name of Source Image> , <Name of Destination Image> [, <X Source Image> [, <Y Source Image> [, <Height Source Image> [, <Width Source Image> [, <X Destination Image> [, <Y Destination Image> [, <Height Destination Image> [, <Width Destination Image>]]]]]]]])
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the copy was performed,
  • False otherwise.
Note: dCopyBlt can return False if the screen driver does not support this function. In this case, a message is displayed in the copied image. We recommend that you update your screen driver in order to get the proper behavior.
<Name of Source Image>: Image variable
Name of the Image variable to use. This image is the source image.
<Name of Destination Image>: Image variable
Name of Image variable into which the copy will be performed.
<X Source Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Y Source Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Height Source Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area to copy (height of source image by default).
<Width Source Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area to copy (width of source image by default).
<X Destination Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Y Destination Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of the top left corner of destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Height Destination Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (height of destination image by default). If this height is greater than the height of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
<Width Destination Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (width of destination image by default). If this width is greater than the width of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
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Copying the images found in the Image variables Hide the details

<Result> = dCopyBlt(<Name of Source Image> , <Name of Destination Image> [, <X Source Image> [, <Y Source Image> [, <Height Source Image> [, <Width Source Image> [, <X Destination Image> [, <Y Destination Image> [, <Height Destination Image> [, <Width Destination Image>]]]]]]]])
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the copy was performed,
  • False otherwise.
Note: dCopyBlt can return False if the screen driver does not support this function. In this case, a message is displayed in the copied image. We recommend that you update your screen driver in order to get the proper behavior.
<Name of Source Image>: Image variable
Name of Image variable to use. This image is the source image.
<Name of Destination Image>: Image variable
Name of Image variable into which the copy will be performed.
<X Source Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Y Source Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the area to copy (top left corner of source image by default).
<Height Source Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area to copy (height of source image by default).
<Width Source Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area to copy (width of source image by default).
<X Destination Image>: Optional integer
X coordinate (in pixels) of top left corner of the destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Y Destination Image>: Optional integer
Y coordinate (in pixels) of the top left corner of destination area for the copy (top left corner of destination image by default).
<Height Destination Image>: Optional integer
Height (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (height of destination image by default). If this height is greater than the height of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
<Width Destination Image>: Optional integer
Width (in pixels) of the area into which the image will be copied (width of destination image by default). If this width is greater than the width of source image, the image will be enlarged during the copy.
Remarks

Zoom on an image

During a copy, you can enlarge or reduce a section of the source image when copying it to the destination image. To do so:
  • Define the area to enlarge (or reduce) in the source image (with <X Source Image>, <Y Source Image>, <Height Source Image> and <Width Source Image>),
  • Define the display area of the result image. This area must be larger to enlarge the image and smaller to reduce the image. By default, the entire destination image is taken into account. Use <X Destination Image>, <Y Destination Image>, <Height Destination Image> and <Width Destination Image> if necessary.
The zoom percentage depends on the multiplying coefficient between the dimensions of the two areas.
For example:
1. The area to zoom is included in a rectangle whose width is et to 30 pixels and whose height is set to 40 pixels.2. To perform a 200% zoom, the destination area must be twice the size of the source area: rectangle whose width is set to 60 pixels and whose height is set to 80 pixels.
In this case, the following code line is used to perform the zoom operation during the copy:
dCopyBlt(IMG_SourceControl, IMG_DestinationControl, copySrcCopy, 10, 10, 30, 40, 10, 10, 60, 80)

Using the drawing functions

  • dStartDrawing must be called before any other drawing function. dStartDrawing is used to define the element (Image control or Image variable) onto which the drawing functions will be applied.
  • When drawing on an Image control:
    • The drawing functions operate on a copy ("bitmap") of the image. You can use the drawing functions of Windows (via API or CallDLL32) but these functions must use the DC (Device Context) returned by dStartDrawing.
    • dEndDrawing and dStartDrawing must not be called in the same process.
      The drawing will not be displayed if dEndDrawing and dStartDrawing are called in the same process: it will be automatically erased.
PHP

Drawing in PHP

In PHP, the drawing functions are based on the graphic library GD. This library is commonly used by the PHP hosting companies and therefore it is always enabled. The version of the GD library must be version 2.0.28 (or later). This library can be downloaded from the PHP site.
To enable (if necessary) this library locally, the following elements are required:
  • PHP installed.
  • the PHP.INI file found in the Windows directory must contain the following line: "extension=php_gd2.dll" (instead of ";extension=php_gd2.dll").
  • the php_gd2.dll file must exist in the directory of PHP extensions. This directory is defined in the PHP.INI file by the "extension_dir" variable.
Versions 16 and later
WEBDEV - Browser code

Drawing in Browser code

Some drawing functions are available in Browser code. The drawing functions in Browser code are based on the HTML 5 standard. More specifically, these functions are based on the "canvas" tag of HTML 5.
The drawing features in browser code are available for the recent browsers only (supporting the HTML 5 standard). To find out whether the drawing features are proposed by your browser, use DrawingAvailable.
Caution: To use the drawing functions with Internet Explorer 9, the project must "include the reference to the DTD file". This option is available in the "Advanced" tab of description window of project ("Project .. Project description"), "Advanced" button, "W3C standard" option.
Caution: To use the drawing functions with Internet Explorer 9, the project must "include the reference to the DTD file". This option is available in the "Advanced" tab of the description window of the project ("Project .. Project description").
Caution: To use the drawing functions with Internet Explorer 9, the project must include the reference to the DTD file. To do so, the HTML mode must be "HTML 4.01 Transitional + DTD". This option is available in the "Advanced" tab of the description window of project.
Reminder: To display the description window of the project, on the "Project" pane, in the "Project" group, click "Description".
Special case: Drawing in the browser of an Android phone: The browser drawing functions are only available starting with version 3 of Android.
New in version 16
WEBDEV - Browser code

Drawing in Browser code

Some drawing functions are available in Browser code. The drawing functions in Browser code are based on the HTML 5 standard. More specifically, these functions are based on the "canvas" tag of HTML 5.
The drawing features in browser code are available for the recent browsers only (supporting the HTML 5 standard). To find out whether the drawing features are proposed by your browser, use DrawingAvailable.
Caution: To use the drawing functions with Internet Explorer 9, the project must "include the reference to the DTD file". This option is available in the "Advanced" tab of description window of project ("Project .. Project description"), "Advanced" button, "W3C standard" option.
Caution: To use the drawing functions with Internet Explorer 9, the project must "include the reference to the DTD file". This option is available in the "Advanced" tab of the description window of the project ("Project .. Project description").
Caution: To use the drawing functions with Internet Explorer 9, the project must include the reference to the DTD file. To do so, the HTML mode must be "HTML 4.01 Transitional + DTD". This option is available in the "Advanced" tab of the description window of project.
Reminder: To display the description window of the project, on the "Project" pane, in the "Project" group, click "Description".
Special case: Drawing in the browser of an Android phone: The browser drawing functions are only available starting with version 3 of Android.
WEBDEV - Browser code

Drawing in Browser code

Some drawing functions are available in Browser code. The drawing functions in Browser code are based on the HTML 5 standard. More specifically, these functions are based on the "canvas" tag of HTML 5.
The drawing features in browser code are available for the recent browsers only (supporting the HTML 5 standard). To find out whether the drawing features are proposed by your browser, use DrawingAvailable.
Caution: To use the drawing functions with Internet Explorer 9, the project must "include the reference to the DTD file". This option is available in the "Advanced" tab of description window of project ("Project .. Project description"), "Advanced" button, "W3C standard" option.
Caution: To use the drawing functions with Internet Explorer 9, the project must "include the reference to the DTD file". This option is available in the "Advanced" tab of the description window of the project ("Project .. Project description").
Caution: To use the drawing functions with Internet Explorer 9, the project must include the reference to the DTD file. To do so, the HTML mode must be "HTML 4.01 Transitional + DTD". This option is available in the "Advanced" tab of the description window of project.
Reminder: To display the description window of the project, on the "Project" pane, in the "Project" group, click "Description".
Special case: Drawing in the browser of an Android phone: The browser drawing functions are only available starting with version 3 of Android.
Components
WINDEVReports and Queries wd170obj.dll
WEBDEV - Server code wd170page.dll
Windows Mobile wp170obj.dll
WEBDEV - Browser code WDJS.DLL
Java wd170java.jar
Android wd170android.jar
Minimum required version
  • Version 9
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