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Passenger IS-IDEC, Invoice data Record

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Created by Pam F on 2010-09-29 17:00:50 Back to Topics

Passenger IS-IDEC, Invoice data Record

V3 Page 4/327 23Sep10
1.1 Record Arrangement
File header record says 1 per file, but Invoice data record says 1-N per file - What is the difference?  What does 1-N indicate?  (does N mean "needed"... or 1 thru needed)
Replied by James S on 2010-09-30 07:03:13
Close. n is a variable (whole) number. It's the same concept as 1 - needed, where you have a minimum of 1, and an essentially unlimited maximum.

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