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HUMAN COMPUTER
INTERACTION
WEEK 3
To write your commands to command prompt:
C:>cd Documents and Settings
C:Documents and Settings>cd myfile
OR to click on a...
• HCI involves planning, designing and usage of the
interaction between users and computers.
• The following notes will in...
• Evaluation of Websites with respect to the
following:
o Clarity (Easy to understand)
o Consistency (Uniformity in total)...
• In HCI, WIMP stands for "window, icon, menu, pointing
device", denoting a style of interaction using these elements.
Def...
• The WIMP look has changed in Windows 10. An example is
below.
Definition of HCI
WIMP (Windows, Icons, Menus and Pointer)
• WIMP is the graphical user interface (GUI) of Windows
operating system. Most common GUI examples are:
o Windows
o Icons
...
Concept of Windows Manager
WIMP - Pointer
• In graphical user interfaces, a pointer is a small arrow
or other symbol on th...
Concept of Windows Manager
WIMP - Icons
• Icons can be defined as small pictures that represent
commands, files, or window...
Concept of Windows Manager
WIMP - Desktop
• The desktop is the main screen area that you see after
you turn on your comput...
Concept of Windows Manager
WIMP – Desktop Windows 10
• The desktop has also changed in Windows 10
Examples of a desktop (W...
Concept of Windows Manager
Windows as a Computer Term
• Whenever you open a program, file, or folder, it appears on
your s...
Concept of Windows Manager
Windows as a Computer Term
• Window idea remains the same in Windows 10
Examples of windows (Wi...
Concept of Windows Manager
Parts of a Window
• Although the content of every window is different, all
windows share some f...
Concept of Windows Manager
Parts of a Window
• Window components are also the same in Window 10
aside from some cosmetic c...
Concept of Windows Manager
Switch between Windows
• If you open more than one program or document at a time,
you can quick...
Concept of Windows Manager
Arrange Your Windows
Arrange windows in a cascade (left), vertical stack (center), or side-by-s...
Concept of Windows Manager
Menu and MenuTypes
• Most graphical user interfaces allow you to execute commands by
selecting ...
Concept of Windows Manager
Menus – Pop Up Menu
• A pop-up menu is a menu that appears temporarily when you click
the mouse...
Concept of Windows Manager
Menus – Pull-Down Menu
• Pull-Down Menu is a special type of pop-up menu
that appears directly ...
Concept of Windows Manager
Common Menu Options
• Several computer programs use common menu options.
You can see file, edit...
Concept of Windows Manager
Menus – Drop-Down Lists
• Drop-down lists are similar to menus. Instead of
clicking on a comman...
Concept of Windows Manager
Menus – List Boxes
• A list box displays a list of options that you can
choose from. Unlike a d...
Concept of Windows Manager
Check Box
• A check box (or tick box) is a graphical user
interface element that permits user t...
Concept of Windows Manager
Radio Button
• Radio Button is a round selection button that is used to
choose items from a lis...
Concept of Windows Manager
Slider
• A slider lets you adjust a setting along a range of
values. A slider along the bar sho...
Concept of Windows Manager
Tabs
• In some dialog boxes, options are divided into
two or more tabs. Only one tab, or set of...
Primary Pattern For GUI Actions
Start Menu
• The Start menu is the
main entrance to your
computer's programs,
folders, and...
Primary Pattern For GUI Actions
Start Menu – Left Pane
• One of the most common use of
the Start menu is to open
previousl...
Primary Pattern For GUI Actions
Start Menu – Search Box
• The Search box is one of the most convenient
ways to find items ...
Primary Pattern For GUI Actions
Taskbar
• Taskbar is the area of the desktop that contains the Start button
and buttons fo...
Primary Pattern For GUI Actions
Lock / Unlock theTaskbar
• You can keep the taskbar in one place by locking it,
which can ...
Primary Pattern For GUI Actions
Menubar
• Menubar, which is common among various programs, can
be defined as the menu arra...
Primary Pattern For GUI Actions
Toolbar
• The row, column, or block of buttons or icons, that
represents tasks you perform...
Primary Pattern For GUI Actions
Ribbon
• The Ribbon is designed to help you find the
commands easily that you need to comp...
Windows Settings
Control Panel
• You can use Control Panel to make changes in the appearance and
the settings of Windows, ...
Windows Settings
Control Panel
• In Windows 10, there is a significant change to the Start Menu.
There is no Control Panel...
Windows Settings
Customizing Your Computer
• You can add a personal touch to your computer by
changing the computer's colo...
Windows Settings
Change Desktop Theme
• Windows 7 includes several themes with different
appereance and sound options.
Cha...
Windows Settings
Change Desktop Background
• One of the easiest way to personalize your computer is to change
the desktop ...
Windows Settings
Change Windows Color and Appearance
• You can change your windows colors and appearance by using
Windows ...
Windows Settings
Adjust Screen Resolution
• The resolution can be defined as the
amount of fine detail that is visible in
...
Windows Settings
Screen Saver
• Screen Saver is a moving picture or pattern that appears
on a computer screen when the mou...
Windows Settings
Screen Saver
• To change your screen saver you have
to follow the steps below;
1. Click Start Button
2. C...
Windows Settings
Customizing Your Computer (Windows 10)
Changing Desktop Settings
To change Desktop
Options, click to:
1.S...
Windows Settings
Screen Resolution
Changing Resolution
To change Desktop
Options, click to:
1.Start button
2.Settings.
3.S...
Windows Settings
Clock, Language and Region Settings
• To change Clock, Language and Region options;
1. Click Start Button...
Windows Settings
Clock, Language and Region Settings (Windows 10)
• To change Clock, Language and Region options;
1. Click...
Windows Settings
Hardware Settings
• To change hardware settings;
1. Click Start Button
2. Click Control Panel link on
the...
Windows Settings
Hardware Settings (Windows 10)
• To change hardware settings;
1. Click Start Button
2. Click Settings lin...
Windows Settings
Mouse Settings
• You can customize your mouse settings in a variety of ways, such
as switching the functi...
Windows Settings
Mouse Settings (Windows 10)
• You can customize your mouse settings in a variety of ways, such
as switchi...
Windows Settings
Keyboard Settings
• Whether you're writing a letter or entering numerical
data, keyboard is the main devi...
Windows Settings
Take a Screen Capture
• You can take caption of your screen by pressing PRINT
SCREEN key (or PRTSCN, on s...
• Control-Alt-Delete is a computer keyboard
command on PC compatible systems that can
be used to reboot the computer, and ...
• When working with any “window” pressing Alt
key activates the shortcuts for a menu. Then
pressing ALT + “underlined key”...
HEALTH, SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS
The Importance of Good Posture While Working with Computer
• Did you know that bad posture d...
HEALTH, SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS
Adopt a Good Posture
• A good working posture can be sustained with the
minimum of static mu...
HEALTH, SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS
Adopt a Good Posture
[2] Wrong Posture [3] Right Posture
• In order to improve your posture,...
HEALTH, SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS
Repetitive Strain Injury - RSI
• Keyboard-induced RSI is caused by a combination of rapid
ke...
HEALTH, SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS
Right Eye Positioning
• Eye muscles that shift focus between your source
document and a scre...
[1] http://www.drnickcampos.com/health-newsletter/UpperBackPain.html
[2] http://www.awakeningchiropractic.com/nh_wellness_...
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  1. 1. HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION WEEK 3
  2. 2. To write your commands to command prompt: C:>cd Documents and Settings C:Documents and Settings>cd myfile OR to click on an icon • You want to open “myfile” folder. • How can we start a software application? • By using Command Prompt or by clicking? • Which one is easy to perform? Definition of HCI An Example Using command prompt versus Icons
  3. 3. • HCI involves planning, designing and usage of the interaction between users and computers. • The following notes will include use of HCI concept in computers: o HCI for websites o HCI for the operating system o Windows management and settings o Health, safety and ergonomics Definition of HCI What is HCI?
  4. 4. • Evaluation of Websites with respect to the following: o Clarity (Easy to understand) o Consistency (Uniformity in total) o Metaphor (Symbols and images are appropriate) o Navigation (Move from one page to another is easy) o Orientation (User always knows where he/she is in) • Let’s evaluate these web sites: http://www.baddesigns.com/index.html http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/ http://www.metu.edu.tr http://www.google.com Definition of HCI Test Websites for HCI HCI elements
  5. 5. • In HCI, WIMP stands for "window, icon, menu, pointing device", denoting a style of interaction using these elements. Definition of HCI WIMP (Windows, Icons, Menus and Pointer)
  6. 6. • The WIMP look has changed in Windows 10. An example is below. Definition of HCI WIMP (Windows, Icons, Menus and Pointer)
  7. 7. • WIMP is the graphical user interface (GUI) of Windows operating system. Most common GUI examples are: o Windows o Icons o Images o Texts o Menus Definition Of HCI WIMP (Windows, Icons, Menus and Pointer) Windows GUI Example
  8. 8. Concept of Windows Manager WIMP - Pointer • In graphical user interfaces, a pointer is a small arrow or other symbol on the display screen that moves as you shift the mouse. A kind of Pointer - Mouse NOTE: Many text processing programs use an I-beam pointer. Mouse Pointer Types
  9. 9. Concept of Windows Manager WIMP - Icons • Icons can be defined as small pictures that represent commands, files, or windows. Examples of desktop icons
  10. 10. Concept of Windows Manager WIMP - Desktop • The desktop is the main screen area that you see after you turn on your computer and log on to Windows. Like the top of an actual desk, it serves as a surface for your work. Examples of a desktop (Windows 7)
  11. 11. Concept of Windows Manager WIMP – Desktop Windows 10 • The desktop has also changed in Windows 10 Examples of a desktop (Windows 10)
  12. 12. Concept of Windows Manager Windows as a Computer Term • Whenever you open a program, file, or folder, it appears on your screen in a box or frame called a window (that's where the Windows operating system obtains its name). Examples of windows (Windows 7)
  13. 13. Concept of Windows Manager Windows as a Computer Term • Window idea remains the same in Windows 10 Examples of windows (Windows 10)
  14. 14. Concept of Windows Manager Parts of a Window • Although the content of every window is different, all windows share some features in common. These basic components are: Windows Components
  15. 15. Concept of Windows Manager Parts of a Window • Window components are also the same in Window 10 aside from some cosmetic changes. Windows Components
  16. 16. Concept of Windows Manager Switch between Windows • If you open more than one program or document at a time, you can quickly start piling up windows on your desktop. That's where the taskbar becomes handy. Whenever you open a program, folder, or document, Windows creates a button on the taskbar corresponding to that item. The button shows the icon and the name of the item. In the picture shown, two programs are opened—Calculator and Minesweeper—and each has its own button on the taskbar. NOTE: If you press ALT+TAB keys together, you can switch between windows.
  17. 17. Concept of Windows Manager Arrange Your Windows Arrange windows in a cascade (left), vertical stack (center), or side-by-side pattern (right) • To arrange your opened windows, right-click an empty area on the taskbar, then click; 1. Cascade Windows 2. Show Windows Stacked 3. Show Windows Side by Side • You can arrange opened windows in one of three ways: Arrange your Windows
  18. 18. Concept of Windows Manager Menu and MenuTypes • Most graphical user interfaces allow you to execute commands by selecting an item from a menu. • To keep the screen uncluttered, menus are hidden until you click their titles in the menu bar, located just underneath the title bar. Menu Example – Windows 7 StartUp Menu
  19. 19. Concept of Windows Manager Menus – Pop Up Menu • A pop-up menu is a menu that appears temporarily when you click the mouse right button on an empty space. Once you make a selection from the pop-up menu, the menu usually disappears. A pop – up menu example
  20. 20. Concept of Windows Manager Menus – Pull-Down Menu • Pull-Down Menu is a special type of pop-up menu that appears directly below the command you select. Pull Down menu
  21. 21. Concept of Windows Manager Common Menu Options • Several computer programs use common menu options. You can see file, edit and help menus in several different programs. Each menu contains similar submenus. For example; Common Menu Options - File Menu
  22. 22. Concept of Windows Manager Menus – Drop-Down Lists • Drop-down lists are similar to menus. Instead of clicking on a command, you choose an option. A drop-down list shown closed (left); and open (right)
  23. 23. Concept of Windows Manager Menus – List Boxes • A list box displays a list of options that you can choose from. Unlike a drop-down list, some or all of the options are visible without opening the list. A List box
  24. 24. Concept of Windows Manager Check Box • A check box (or tick box) is a graphical user interface element that permits user to make multiple selections from a number of options. Sample check boxes with two options selected
  25. 25. Concept of Windows Manager Radio Button • Radio Button is a round selection button that is used to choose items from a list. Radio buttons are designed so that you can chose only one item at a time. Radio Button NOTE: You can select only one option by using RADIO BUTTON. You can select multiple options by using CHECK BOX
  26. 26. Concept of Windows Manager Slider • A slider lets you adjust a setting along a range of values. A slider along the bar shows the currently selected value. In the example shown below, the slider is positioned in the middle between Slow and Fast. Slide Example (Moving the slider changes the pointer speed)
  27. 27. Concept of Windows Manager Tabs • In some dialog boxes, options are divided into two or more tabs. Only one tab, or set of options, can be viewed at a time. • The currently selected tab appears in front of the other tabs. To switch to a different tab, click on the tab that you want to see. Tabs
  28. 28. Primary Pattern For GUI Actions Start Menu • The Start menu is the main entrance to your computer's programs, folders, and settings. To open the Start menu, click the Start button • Or, press the Windows logo key on your keyboard. Start Button
  29. 29. Primary Pattern For GUI Actions Start Menu – Left Pane • One of the most common use of the Start menu is to open previously installed programs. • To open a program shown in the left pane of the Start menu, click on it. • The program opens and the Start menu closes. Start Button – Left Pane
  30. 30. Primary Pattern For GUI Actions Start Menu – Search Box • The Search box is one of the most convenient ways to find items (files, folders and programs) on your computer. • The exact location of the items doesn't matter, the Search box will search through your computer. Start Button – Search Box
  31. 31. Primary Pattern For GUI Actions Taskbar • Taskbar is the area of the desktop that contains the Start button and buttons for all active programs. The taskbar is the long horizontal bar at the bottom of your screen. By default, the taskbar is located at the bottom of the desktop, but you can move it. It has four main sections: oThe Start button oThe Quick Launch toolbar oThe middle section oThe Notification Area The Quick Launch toolbar sits to the right of the Start button Middle Section shows programs and documents you have opened The notification area of the taskbar
  32. 32. Primary Pattern For GUI Actions Lock / Unlock theTaskbar • You can keep the taskbar in one place by locking it, which can prevent accidental moving or resizing. If you unlock it, you can move it to the bottom, side, or top of the desktop. • To view the status of the taskbar, right-click on an empty space on the taskbar. If ‘Lock the Taskbar’ has a check mark next to it, this means it is locked. Lock / Unlock taskbar
  33. 33. Primary Pattern For GUI Actions Menubar • Menubar, which is common among various programs, can be defined as the menu arranged horizontally. Each menu option is has its own pull-down menu that appears when you make a selection. Menubar
  34. 34. Primary Pattern For GUI Actions Toolbar • The row, column, or block of buttons or icons, that represents tasks you perform within a program. • The toolbar buttons provide shortcuts to tasks that are frequently accessed from the menus. Toolbar
  35. 35. Primary Pattern For GUI Actions Ribbon • The Ribbon is designed to help you find the commands easily that you need to complete a task in all office 2007&2010 programs. Commands are organized in logical groups, which are collected together under tabs. •The Home ribbon is shown within the red frame below. Home Ribbon
  36. 36. Windows Settings Control Panel • You can use Control Panel to make changes in the appearance and the settings of Windows, including the color of your desktop and windows, hardware and software setup and configuration, and security. To open Control Panel; 1. Click Start Button then 2. Click Control Panel link on the right panel. Open Control PanelControl Panel
  37. 37. Windows Settings Control Panel • In Windows 10, there is a significant change to the Start Menu. There is no Control Panel, instead all Control Panel Functionality has been moved to Settings. 1. Click Start Button then 2. Click Settings link on the left panel. Open SettingsSettings
  38. 38. Windows Settings Customizing Your Computer • You can add a personal touch to your computer by changing the computer's colors, sounds, desktop background, screen saver, font size, user account picture, and theme. Changeing Desktop Settings To change Desktop Options, click to: 1.Start button 2.Control Panel. 3.Appearance and Personalization button. Change Desktop Settings
  39. 39. Windows Settings Change Desktop Theme • Windows 7 includes several themes with different appereance and sound options. Change Desktop Theme • To open Theme Settings Menu; 1. Click Start Button 2. Click Control Panel link on the right panel. 3. Click Appearance and Personalization 4. Click Theme button.
  40. 40. Windows Settings Change Desktop Background • One of the easiest way to personalize your computer is to change the desktop background, also known as the wallpaper. You can; o Choose one of the backgrounds provided by Windows o Pick a favorite digital picture from your own collection o Use a solid background color o Find pictures on the Internet designed as desktop backgrounds. To change wallpaper, from control panel: 1. Click Start Button 2. Click Control Panel link on the right panel. 3. Click Appearance and Personalization 4. Click Change Desktop. To change wallpaper, from desktop: 1. Right click on desktop 2. Click Personalization 3. Click Change Desktop Background.
  41. 41. Windows Settings Change Windows Color and Appearance • You can change your windows colors and appearance by using Windows Color and Appearance menu. Change Windows Color and Appearance Windows with Orange Color Windows with Pink Color
  42. 42. Windows Settings Adjust Screen Resolution • The resolution can be defined as the amount of fine detail that is visible in an image when it is printed or displayed on a computer monitor. • At lower screen resolutions like 640 x 480, fewer and larger items fit on the screen. • At higher resolutions like 1600 x 1200, more items fit on the screen and they become smaller. •To change resolution, click Screen Resolution under Apperance and Personalization Screen Resolution
  43. 43. Windows Settings Screen Saver • Screen Saver is a moving picture or pattern that appears on a computer screen when the mouse or keyboard has not been used for a specified period of time. • Windows includes several screen savers. You can also create your own screen savers from personal pictures that you've previously saved on your computer. Sample Windows 7 Screen Savers
  44. 44. Windows Settings Screen Saver • To change your screen saver you have to follow the steps below; 1. Click Start Button 2. Click Control Panel link on the right panel. 3. Click Screen Saver button. 4. Under Screen Saver, in the drop-down list, click the Screen Saver you want to use. 5. Click Preview to see what your chosen screen saver will look like. 6. Click OK. Changing Screen Saver
  45. 45. Windows Settings Customizing Your Computer (Windows 10) Changing Desktop Settings To change Desktop Options, click to: 1.Start button 2.Settings. 3.Personalization button. • In Windows 10, there is no screensaver option. • To adjust screen resolution, you need to go to System settings
  46. 46. Windows Settings Screen Resolution Changing Resolution To change Desktop Options, click to: 1.Start button 2.Settings. 3.System button. 4.Select Display from the left pane. 5.Click Advanced Display Settings at the right pane.
  47. 47. Windows Settings Clock, Language and Region Settings • To change Clock, Language and Region options; 1. Click Start Button 2. Click Control Panel link on the right panel. 3. Click Clock Language Region button. Changing Clock Language and Region Settings
  48. 48. Windows Settings Clock, Language and Region Settings (Windows 10) • To change Clock, Language and Region options; 1. Click Start Button 2. Click Settings link on the left panel. 3. Click Time & Languagebutton. Changing Clock Language and Region Settings
  49. 49. Windows Settings Hardware Settings • To change hardware settings; 1. Click Start Button 2. Click Control Panel link on the right panel. 3. Click Hardware and Sound Settings button. • By using this panel you can change several hardware settings. Changing Hardware Settings
  50. 50. Windows Settings Hardware Settings (Windows 10) • To change hardware settings; 1. Click Start Button 2. Click Settings link on the left panel. 3. Click Devices button. • By using this panel you can change several hardware settings. Changing Hardware Settings
  51. 51. Windows Settings Mouse Settings • You can customize your mouse settings in a variety of ways, such as switching the functions of your mouse buttons, making the mouse pointer more visible, and altering the scroll wheel speed. Mouse Settings • To open mouse properties options; 1. Click Start Button 2. Click Control Panel link on the right panel. 3. Click Hardware and Sound options 4. Click Mouse button.
  52. 52. Windows Settings Mouse Settings (Windows 10) • You can customize your mouse settings in a variety of ways, such as switching the functions of your mouse buttons, making the mouse pointer more visible, and altering the scroll wheel speed. Mouse Settings • To open mouse properties options; 1. Click Start Button 2. Click Settings link on the left panel. 3. Click Devices options 4. Click Mouse & Touchpad button. 5. Scroll down and click Additional Mouse Options on the right panel.
  53. 53. Windows Settings Keyboard Settings • Whether you're writing a letter or entering numerical data, keyboard is the main device to enter information into your computer. Keyboard Settings • To open keyboard properties options; 1. Click Start Button 2. Click Control Panel link on the right panel. 3. Click Hardware and Sound options 4. Click keyboard button. There is no specific setting for Keyboard in Windows 10.
  54. 54. Windows Settings Take a Screen Capture • You can take caption of your screen by pressing PRINT SCREEN key (or PRTSCN, on some keyboards). This is called a screen capture. You can then paste the screen capture into a document, e-mail message, or other file. To copy the entire screen oPress PRINT SCREEN. To copy only an active window oPress ALT+PRINT SCREEN. Print Screen Button
  55. 55. • Control-Alt-Delete is a computer keyboard command on PC compatible systems that can be used to reboot the computer, and summon the task manager or Windows Security in more Function of CTRL+ALT+DELETE Windows Settings recent versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system. CTRL+ALT+DELETE Buttons
  56. 56. • When working with any “window” pressing Alt key activates the shortcuts for a menu. Then pressing ALT + “underlined key” enables you to open a specific menu. Shortcut Keys Windows Settings • For the figure on the right pressing ALT+F will enable you to open the File menu. Press ALT+F to open File Menu
  57. 57. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS The Importance of Good Posture While Working with Computer • Did you know that bad posture diseases are the leading cause of disability among working people in World with 200 millions people being affected? •The information here will help you to develop a good working posture when using a personal computer or a workstation. •If you learn and apply these good habits now, it saves you from experiencing health problems in the future !!! Did you know that bad posture disease account for 60% of workers’ compensation claims ?
  58. 58. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS Adopt a Good Posture • A good working posture can be sustained with the minimum of static muscular effort. In general, a varied working position is better than a fixed working posture. • Your upper body is most comfortable when: o Your back is supported. o Your head is up. o Your upper arms are relaxed. [1] Good Posture (Be careful to bold lines)
  59. 59. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS Adopt a Good Posture [2] Wrong Posture [3] Right Posture • In order to improve your posture, adjust your chair so that: o Your lower back is supported. o Your knees are level with your hips. o Your feet are flat on the floor. o Your eye level is just above the top of the screen. Tilt your screen if necessary. o The screen is directly in front of you, not at an angle.
  60. 60. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS Repetitive Strain Injury - RSI • Keyboard-induced RSI is caused by a combination of rapid keyboard movements and by arms in a static position, over a long period of time. There are several factors that can lead to keyboard-related RSI. These include: o Rapid, repetitive movements. o An awkward working position. o An excessive work- load. o Tight deadlines. o Inadequate rest breaks. [4] Keyboard Usage Techniques
  61. 61. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS Right Eye Positioning • Eye muscles that shift focus between your source document and a screen for a long period of time can cause tiredness. The symptoms of eye strain include: o Headaches oItching eyes oBurning eyes oBlurring oNausea oFatigue • Take a break for about 10 minutes after every uninterrupted 60 minutes of computer work to prevent the onset of fatigue. • Short, frequent breaks are more satisfactory than occasional, longer breaks. If possible, breaks should be taken away from the screen. While working, switch your eyes from the screen to distance and stretch occasionally.
  62. 62. [1] http://www.drnickcampos.com/health-newsletter/UpperBackPain.html [2] http://www.awakeningchiropractic.com/nh_wellness_blog.php?show=156 [3] http://www.awakeningchiropractic.com/nh_wellness_blog.php?show=156 [4] https://www.contactcenterworld.com/view/contact-center-article/potential-sources-of-injury-tips-for-making-your-workstation-ergonomic.aspx HCI References

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