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NOTE: Michael V. Osier takes no responsibility for the results of this program in any way, shape, or manner including damage caused by the program in any way, shape, or manner. In other words, USE AT OWN RISK.
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From the DOS prompt, type BugID. Read the introductory information. PressOnce inside the program, you can Clear all results in memory, Modify results in memory, Identify a set of test results, Save or Load a series of test results, or Quit. Twenty sets of data are stored in a series.
or to accept, or otherwise.
With the exception of LIA (which uses K and A for results), and IMVC (which uses a series of four +'s and -'s for results), all test results are designated with a single "+" or "-" or "0" (for unknown).
To attempt to identify a set of test results, go to the main menu, and to Identify. Select which set of data you wish to interpret. Bug ID will tell you which tests are necessary for reasonable certainty. Again, please note that strains with the LIA result of AA are not identifiable in this program.
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