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error-prone is a Java library typically used in Code Quality, Code Analyzer applications. error-prone has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
Error Prone is a static analysis tool for Java that catches common programming mistakes at compile-time.
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  • error-prone has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 5934 star(s) with 675 fork(s). There are 170 watchers for this library.
  • There were 4 major release(s) in the last 6 months.
  • There are 269 open issues and 1052 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 263 days. There are 46 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
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  • The latest version of error-prone is v2.13.1
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  • Build ImmutableMap .
  • Registers the node type matcher .
  • Pretty print the given context .
  • Finds all variables in a given visitor state .
  • Compiles an expression tree into a matcher .
  • Gets the edit distance between two characters .
  • Fixes the catch blocks .
  • Builds fixes for unused variable fixes .
  • Parses the given command line arguments .
  • Apply the overrides to the scanner .

error-prone Key Features

Catch common Java mistakes as compile-time errors

Error Prone

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public class ShortSet {
  public static void main (String[] args) {
    Set<Short> s = new HashSet<>();
    for (short i = 0; i < 100; i++) {
      s.add(i);
      s.remove(i - 1);
    }
    System.out.println(s.size());
  }
}

Typescript overrule generic [key: string]

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type EntityValidationSchemaType = any; // not provided in the question
type FormField = any; // FormField was not provided in the question 

type FormMetaWithoutFields = {
    validationSchema?: EntityValidationSchemaType;
    inEditMode?: boolean;
    isDirty?: boolean;
    generalErrors?: { error: string }[]; 
}

type FormMeta<T extends Record<string, FormField>> = FormMetaWithoutFields & {
    fields: T;
};

const createFormMeta = <T extends Record<string, FormField>>(fields: T, meta: FormMetaWithoutFields): FormMeta<T> => {
    return { ...meta, fields };
};

// You can hover on this function and see that it automatically infers
// the return type as 
// FormMeta<{
//     fields: {
//         filter: string;
//         name: string;
//         sortBy: string;
//     };
// }>
const formMetaFilter = () => createFormMeta(
    {
        fields: {
            filter: "",
            name: "",
            sortBy: "",
        },
    },
    {} // empty metadata, but this can contain properties like `validationSchema` etc.
);

// To be implemented
declare const hasEntityErrors: <T extends Record<string, FormField>>(formMeta: FormMeta<T>) => boolean

Is there any way to have TypeScript infer the type of a function's return value based on the call arguments?

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interface Fruits {
    names: string[];
}
interface Employees {
    ages: number[];
}

interface DataMap {
    fruits: Fruits;
    employees: Employees;
}

function getData<T extends keyof DataMap>(key: T): DataMap[T] {
if (key === "fruits") {
    // fetch data for /fruits and return it, specifying its type
    return { names: ["apple", "orange", "kiwi"] } as DataMap[T];
}

// fetch data for /employees and return it, specifying its type
    return { ages: [30, 50, 19] } as DataMap[T];
}

const fruits = getData("fruits"); // knows it's a Fruits
const fruitNames = fruits.names; // works
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interface Fruits { names: string[] }
interface Employees { ages: number[] }

function getData(key: "fruits"): Fruits;
function getData(key: "employees"): Employees;

function getData(key: "fruits" | "employees"): Fruits | Employees {
  if (key === "fruits") {
    // fetch data for /fruits and return it
    return { names: ["apple", "orange", "kiwi"] };
  }

  // fetch data for /employees and return it
  return { ages: [30, 50, 19 ] };
}

React Next.js - Three related questions about SSR patterns

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export default function MyPage() {
  const [greeting, setGreeting] = React.useState("Hello")

  React.useEffect(() => {
    setGreeting("Goodbye")
  }, [])

  return (<p>{greeting}</p>)
}
// Using SSR
export default function MyPage({customerName}) {
  return (<p>{customerName}</p>)
}
// Using SSG
export default function MyPage({customerName}) {
  const [greeting, setGreeting] = React.useState("Hello")

  React.useEffect(() => {
    // Call server to get the customer's name
    const name = myApi.get('/name')
    setGreeting(`Hello ${name}`)
  }, [])

  return (<p>{greeting}</p>)
}
export default function Page() {
  const [value, setValue] = React.useState();

  React.useEffect(() => {
    const newValue = window.innerWidth; // Some computations or subscriptions that depend on window
    setValue(newValue)
  }, []);

  if(value) {
    return <h1>{value}</h1>
  }

  return null
};
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export default function MyPage() {
  const [greeting, setGreeting] = React.useState("Hello")

  React.useEffect(() => {
    setGreeting("Goodbye")
  }, [])

  return (<p>{greeting}</p>)
}
// Using SSR
export default function MyPage({customerName}) {
  return (<p>{customerName}</p>)
}
// Using SSG
export default function MyPage({customerName}) {
  const [greeting, setGreeting] = React.useState("Hello")

  React.useEffect(() => {
    // Call server to get the customer's name
    const name = myApi.get('/name')
    setGreeting(`Hello ${name}`)
  }, [])

  return (<p>{greeting}</p>)
}
export default function Page() {
  const [value, setValue] = React.useState();

  React.useEffect(() => {
    const newValue = window.innerWidth; // Some computations or subscriptions that depend on window
    setValue(newValue)
  }, []);

  if(value) {
    return <h1>{value}</h1>
  }

  return null
};
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export default function MyPage() {
  const [greeting, setGreeting] = React.useState("Hello")

  React.useEffect(() => {
    setGreeting("Goodbye")
  }, [])

  return (<p>{greeting}</p>)
}
// Using SSR
export default function MyPage({customerName}) {
  return (<p>{customerName}</p>)
}
// Using SSG
export default function MyPage({customerName}) {
  const [greeting, setGreeting] = React.useState("Hello")

  React.useEffect(() => {
    // Call server to get the customer's name
    const name = myApi.get('/name')
    setGreeting(`Hello ${name}`)
  }, [])

  return (<p>{greeting}</p>)
}
export default function Page() {
  const [value, setValue] = React.useState();

  React.useEffect(() => {
    const newValue = window.innerWidth; // Some computations or subscriptions that depend on window
    setValue(newValue)
  }, []);

  if(value) {
    return <h1>{value}</h1>
  }

  return null
};
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export default function MyPage() {
  const [greeting, setGreeting] = React.useState("Hello")

  React.useEffect(() => {
    setGreeting("Goodbye")
  }, [])

  return (<p>{greeting}</p>)
}
// Using SSR
export default function MyPage({customerName}) {
  return (<p>{customerName}</p>)
}
// Using SSG
export default function MyPage({customerName}) {
  const [greeting, setGreeting] = React.useState("Hello")

  React.useEffect(() => {
    // Call server to get the customer's name
    const name = myApi.get('/name')
    setGreeting(`Hello ${name}`)
  }, [])

  return (<p>{greeting}</p>)
}
export default function Page() {
  const [value, setValue] = React.useState();

  React.useEffect(() => {
    const newValue = window.innerWidth; // Some computations or subscriptions that depend on window
    setValue(newValue)
  }, []);

  if(value) {
    return <h1>{value}</h1>
  }

  return null
};

Ansible Inventory: how to build a group from hosts not in certain other groups

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all:
  hosts:
    host[1-100].example.com:
  children:
    updateAll:
      hosts:
        host[1-100].example.com:
    updateMonday:
      hosts:
        host1.example.com:
        host4.example.com:
  ...
- hosts: all
  tasks:
    - add_host:
        name: "{{ item }}"
        groups: updateAnyday
      loop: "{{ groups.updateAll|
                difference(groups.updateMonday)|
                difference(groups.updateWednesday)|
                difference(groups.updateFriday) }}"
      run_once: true

- hosts: updateAnyday
  tasks:
  ...
shell> ansible-playbook updateAnyday.yml --limit @updateAnyday.txt
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all:
  hosts:
    host[1-100].example.com:
  children:
    updateAll:
      hosts:
        host[1-100].example.com:
    updateMonday:
      hosts:
        host1.example.com:
        host4.example.com:
  ...
- hosts: all
  tasks:
    - add_host:
        name: "{{ item }}"
        groups: updateAnyday
      loop: "{{ groups.updateAll|
                difference(groups.updateMonday)|
                difference(groups.updateWednesday)|
                difference(groups.updateFriday) }}"
      run_once: true

- hosts: updateAnyday
  tasks:
  ...
shell> ansible-playbook updateAnyday.yml --limit @updateAnyday.txt
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all:
  hosts:
    host[1-100].example.com:
  children:
    updateAll:
      hosts:
        host[1-100].example.com:
    updateMonday:
      hosts:
        host1.example.com:
        host4.example.com:
  ...
- hosts: all
  tasks:
    - add_host:
        name: "{{ item }}"
        groups: updateAnyday
      loop: "{{ groups.updateAll|
                difference(groups.updateMonday)|
                difference(groups.updateWednesday)|
                difference(groups.updateFriday) }}"
      run_once: true

- hosts: updateAnyday
  tasks:
  ...
shell> ansible-playbook updateAnyday.yml --limit @updateAnyday.txt
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hosts: all:!updateMonday:!updateWednesday:!updateFriday

When exactly are function arguments being destructed?

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std::string output_str{ doSomething(doSomething(doSomething(input_str))) };

Rich edit control sends EN_CHANGE when spellcheck underline appears

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#include <richedit.h>

class RichFrame : public ZFrameMultiWnd
{
    enum { richIdBase = 0x1234 };
    bool _bInTimer[2] = {};

public:
protected:
private:
    static LRESULT WINAPI SubclassProc(HWND hWnd, UINT uMsg, WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam, UINT_PTR uIdSubclass, DWORD_PTR dwRefData)
    {
        if ((uIdSubclass -= richIdBase) >= _countof(_bInTimer))
        {
            __debugbreak();
        }

        bool bTimerMessage = uMsg == WM_TIMER;
        
        if (bTimerMessage)
        {
            reinterpret_cast<RichFrame*>(dwRefData)->_bInTimer[uIdSubclass] = TRUE;
        }
        
        lParam = DefSubclassProc(hWnd, uMsg, wParam, lParam);

        if (bTimerMessage)
        {
            reinterpret_cast<RichFrame*>(dwRefData)->_bInTimer[uIdSubclass] = false;
        }

        return lParam;
    }

    virtual BOOL CreateClient(HWND hWndParent, int nWidth, int nHeight, PVOID /*lpCreateParams*/)
    {
        UINT cy = nHeight / _countof(_bInTimer), y = 0;

        UINT id = richIdBase;
        ULONG n = _countof(_bInTimer);

        do 
        {
            if (HWND hwnd = CreateWindowExW(0, MSFTEDIT_CLASS, 0, WS_CHILD|ES_MULTILINE|WS_VISIBLE|WS_BORDER, 
                0, y, nWidth, cy, hWndParent, (HMENU)id, 0, 0))
            {
                SendMessage(hwnd, EM_SETLANGOPTIONS, 0, 
                    SendMessage(hwnd, EM_GETLANGOPTIONS, 0, 0) | IMF_SPELLCHECKING);

                SetWindowText(hwnd, L"sdflajlf adlfjldsfklj d");
                SendMessage(hwnd, EM_SETEVENTMASK, 0, ENM_CHANGE);

                if (SetWindowSubclass(hwnd, SubclassProc, id, reinterpret_cast<ULONG_PTR>(this)))
                {
                    continue;
                }
            }

            return FALSE;

        } while (y += cy, id++, --n);
        
        return TRUE;
    }

    virtual LRESULT WindowProc(HWND hwnd, UINT uMsg, WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam)
    {
        switch (uMsg)
        {
        case WM_COMMAND:
            if (EN_CHANGE == HIWORD(wParam))
            {
                if ((wParam = LOWORD(wParam) - richIdBase) >= _countof(_bInTimer))
                {
                    __debugbreak();
                }
                
                DbgPrint("EN_CHANGE<%x> = %x\n", wParam, _bInTimer[wParam]);
            }
            break;

        case WM_DESTROY:
            {
                UINT id = richIdBase;
                ULONG n = _countof(_bInTimer);
                do 
                {
                    RemoveWindowSubclass(GetDlgItem(hwnd, id), SubclassProc, id);
                } while (id++, --n);
            }
            break;

        case WM_NCDESTROY:
            PostQuitMessage(0);
            break;
        }
        return __super::WindowProc(hwnd, uMsg, wParam, lParam);
    }
};

dotNetRdf Method UpdateGraph not successful with Virtuoso server

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using(var _virtuosoManager = new VirtuosoManager(...)) {
// Call one or more update methods
}

CMake: set compile options and compile features per project

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target_compile_options(foo PRIVATE -Werror -Wall -Wextra -pedantic)
target_compile_features(foo PRIVATE cxx_std_17)
{
  "version": 1,
  "cmakeMinimumRequired": {
    "major": 3,
    "minor": 19,
    "patch": 0
  },
  "configurePresets": [
    {
      "name": "default",
      "displayName": "Default",
      "description": "Default build using Ninja",
      "generator": "Ninja",
      "binaryDir": "${sourceDir}/build",
      "cacheVariables": {
        "CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS": "-Werror -Wall -Wextra -pedantic",
        "CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD": "17",
        "CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD_REQUIRED": "YES",
        "CMAKE_CXX_EXTENSIONS": "OFF"
      }
    }
  ]
}
$ cmake --preset=default
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target_compile_options(foo PRIVATE -Werror -Wall -Wextra -pedantic)
target_compile_features(foo PRIVATE cxx_std_17)
{
  "version": 1,
  "cmakeMinimumRequired": {
    "major": 3,
    "minor": 19,
    "patch": 0
  },
  "configurePresets": [
    {
      "name": "default",
      "displayName": "Default",
      "description": "Default build using Ninja",
      "generator": "Ninja",
      "binaryDir": "${sourceDir}/build",
      "cacheVariables": {
        "CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS": "-Werror -Wall -Wextra -pedantic",
        "CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD": "17",
        "CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD_REQUIRED": "YES",
        "CMAKE_CXX_EXTENSIONS": "OFF"
      }
    }
  ]
}
$ cmake --preset=default
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target_compile_options(foo PRIVATE -Werror -Wall -Wextra -pedantic)
target_compile_features(foo PRIVATE cxx_std_17)
{
  "version": 1,
  "cmakeMinimumRequired": {
    "major": 3,
    "minor": 19,
    "patch": 0
  },
  "configurePresets": [
    {
      "name": "default",
      "displayName": "Default",
      "description": "Default build using Ninja",
      "generator": "Ninja",
      "binaryDir": "${sourceDir}/build",
      "cacheVariables": {
        "CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS": "-Werror -Wall -Wextra -pedantic",
        "CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD": "17",
        "CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD_REQUIRED": "YES",
        "CMAKE_CXX_EXTENSIONS": "OFF"
      }
    }
  ]
}
$ cmake --preset=default

How do you use std::jthread::get_stop_token()?

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#include <thread>
#include <iostream>
 
void f(std::stop_token stop_token, int value)
{
    while (!stop_token.stop_requested()) {
    }
}
 
int main()
{
    std::jthread thread(f, 5); 
}

How do I design a function with a strong exception guarantee?

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vector1.push_back(/*...*/);
FINALLY_ON_THROW( vector1.pop_back(); )
vector2.push_back(/*...*/);
FINALLY_ON_THROW( vector2.pop_back(); )
vector3.push_back(/*...*/);
FINALLY_ON_THROW( vector3.pop_back(); )
vector4.push_back(/*...*/);
FINALLY_ON_THROW( vector4.pop_back(); )
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class X {
   /* Fields and stuff */
   void some_function() {
       vector1.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
       try {
           vector2.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
           try {
               vector3.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
               try {
                   vector4.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
               } catch(...) {
                   vector3.pop_back();
                   throw;
               }
           } catch(...) {
               vector2.pop_back();
               throw;
           }
       } catch(...) {
           vector1.pop_back();
           throw;
       }
   }
};
class X {
   /* Fields and stuff */
   void some_function() {
       vector1234.push_back(std::make_tuple(/*...*/, /*...*/, /*...*/, /*...*/)); // May Throw
   }
};
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class X {
   /* Fields and stuff */
   void some_function() {
       vector1.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
       try {
           vector2.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
           try {
               vector3.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
               try {
                   vector4.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
               } catch(...) {
                   vector3.pop_back();
                   throw;
               }
           } catch(...) {
               vector2.pop_back();
               throw;
           }
       } catch(...) {
           vector1.pop_back();
           throw;
       }
   }
};
class X {
   /* Fields and stuff */
   void some_function() {
       vector1234.push_back(std::make_tuple(/*...*/, /*...*/, /*...*/, /*...*/)); // May Throw
   }
};
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void some_function() {
    auto copy = *this;
    copy.vector1.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
    copy.vector2.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
    copy.vector3.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
    copy.vector4.push_back(/*...*/); // May Throw
    *this = std::move(copy);
}
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#include <vector>
#include <type_traits>
#include <exception>


template<class F>
struct on_fail
{
    F   f_;
    int count_{ std::uncaught_exceptions() };

    ~on_fail()
    {
        // C++20 is here and still no easy way to tell "unwinding" and "leaving scope" apart
        if (std::uncaught_exceptions() > count_) f_();
    }
};

template<class F> on_fail(F) -> on_fail<F>;


auto emplace_back_x(auto& v, auto&& x)
{
    v.emplace_back(std::forward<decltype(x)>(x));
    return on_fail{[&v]{ v.pop_back(); }};
}


int bar();


template<class F>
struct inplacer
{
    F f_;
    operator std::invoke_result_t<F&>() { return f_(); }
};

template<class F> inplacer(F) -> inplacer<F>;


void foo()
{
    std::vector<int> v1, v2, v3;
    auto rollback1 = emplace_back_x(v1, 1);
    auto rollback2 = emplace_back_x(v2, inplacer{ bar });
    auto rollback3 = emplace_back_x(v3, inplacer{ []{ return bar() + 1; } });
}

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QUESTION

Typescript overrule generic [key: string]

Asked 2021-Jun-02 at 17:01

I have a FormMeta type that I use throughout my application:

export type FormMeta = {
  validationSchema?: EntityValidationSchemaType;
  fields: { [fieldName: string]: FormField };
  inEditMode?: boolean;
  isDirty?: boolean;
  generalErrors?: { error: string }[];
};

The fields property of this FormMeta is quite vague and disables a lot of IntelliSense features which I hope to fix in some way.

Everywhere I create an object of this FormMeta type, I can properly fill in the fields:

export const formMetaFilter = (): FormMeta => ({
  fields: {
    filter: { ... },
    name: { ... },
    sortBy: { ... },
  },
});

If I don't type this object as a FormMeta, TS will be able to correctly suggest all (and only) the fields which is awesome and exactly what I want: Proper IntelliSense

However, other methods that expect a FormMeta type will not accept this untyped object, because 'filter' !== [key: string]: Cannot match keys to generic string

When I type the object as a FormMeta type, the methods will accept the object but IntelliSense breaks down for the [key: string] part, only providing autocompletion after the next ., which in turn leads to error-prone code.

What I want to achieve:

I'm currently using the following code:

export type FormMeta<T extends string> = {
  fields: { [fieldName in T]: FormField };
  // ...
};

export const formMetaFilter = (): FormMeta<'filter' | 'name' | 'sortBy'> => ({
  fields: {
    filter: { ... },
    name: { ... },
    sortBy: { ... },
  },
});

hasEntityErrors(formMeta: FormMeta<string>): boolean { ... }

Which achieves all that I want: proper autocompletion, detection for unexisting fieldNames and proper FormMeta recognition, but it's very tedious to write and to maintain. Is there a way to let Typescript look at these more detailed key and overrule the [key: string] without manual hints? My FormMeta types can easily hold up to 50 fields and I use hundred of them throughout the entire codebase...

I would like to solve this without using classes. Interfaces are allowed, though Types are still preferred.

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Jun-02 at 17:01

I think I got something which does what you are looking for by implementing a createFormMeta function which takes the fields separately to the rest of the metadata.

This avoids you having to write the field types manually like you did in FormMeta<"filter" | "name" | "sortBy">.

It's not clear to me whether this solution is acceptable for your particular use-case though.

type EntityValidationSchemaType = any; // not provided in the question
type FormField = any; // FormField was not provided in the question 

type FormMetaWithoutFields = {
    validationSchema?: EntityValidationSchemaType;
    inEditMode?: boolean;
    isDirty?: boolean;
    generalErrors?: { error: string }[]; 
}

type FormMeta<T extends Record<string, FormField>> = FormMetaWithoutFields & {
    fields: T;
};

const createFormMeta = <T extends Record<string, FormField>>(fields: T, meta: FormMetaWithoutFields): FormMeta<T> => {
    return { ...meta, fields };
};

// You can hover on this function and see that it automatically infers
// the return type as 
// FormMeta<{
//     fields: {
//         filter: string;
//         name: string;
//         sortBy: string;
//     };
// }>
const formMetaFilter = () => createFormMeta(
    {
        fields: {
            filter: "",
            name: "",
            sortBy: "",
        },
    },
    {} // empty metadata, but this can contain properties like `validationSchema` etc.
);

// To be implemented
declare const hasEntityErrors: <T extends Record<string, FormField>>(formMeta: FormMeta<T>) => boolean

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