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• array index property name
• Supported property indices
• Determine the value of an indexed property
• Support named properties
• Supported property names
• Determine the value of a named property
• perform a security check
• Platform object
• Global environment associated with
a platform object
• Frozen array
• Read only(when applied to arrays)
• Callback this value
• Converting
between WebIDL types and JS types
• invoke the Web IDL callback function
The Web IDL specification also defines the following types that are used in Web IDL fragments in this specification:
• ArrayBuffer
• ArrayBufferView
• boolean
• DOMString
• USVString
• double
• Error
• Function
• long
• object
• RegExp
• Uint8ClampedArray
• unrestricted double
• unsigned long
The termthrow
in this specification is used as defined in the WebIDL specification. TheDOMException
type and the following exception
names are defined by WebIDL and used by this specification:
• "IndexSizeError"
• "HierarchyRequestError"
• "InvalidCharacterError"
• "NotFoundError"
• "NotSupportedError"
• "InvalidStateError"
• "SyntaxError"
• "InvalidAccessError"
• "SecurityError"
• "NetworkError"
• "AbortError"
• "QuotaExceededError"
• "DataCloneError"
• "NotAllowedError"
When this specification requires a user agent tocreate aDateobjectrepresenting a particular time (which could be the special value Not-a-
Number), the milliseconds component of that time, if any, must be truncated to an integer, and the time value of the newly createdDate
object must represent the resulting truncated time.
JavaScript
Some parts of the language described by this specification only support JavaScript as the underlying scripting language.[JAVASCRIPT]p1161
User agents must follow the additions and clarifications made in the WHATWG JavaScript standard.[JAVASCRIPT]p1161
The following terms are defined in the JavaScript specification and used in this specification:
• automatic semicolon insertion
For instance, given the time 23045 millionths of a second after 01:00 UTC on January 1st 2000, i.e. the time
2000-01-01T00:00:00.023045Z, then theDate
object created representing that time would represent the same time as that
created representing the time 2000-01-01T00:00:00.023Z, 45 millionths earlier. If the given time is NaN, then the result is aDate
object that represents a time value NaN (indicating that the object does not represent a specific instant of time).
Example
The term "JavaScript" is used to refer to ECMA-262, rather than the official term ECMAScript, since the term JavaScript is more
widely known. Similarly, theMIME typep43
used to refer to JavaScript in this specification istext/javascript, since that is the
most commonly used type,despite it being an officially obsoleted typep27
according to RFC 4329.[RFC4329]p1163
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• early error
• Directive Prologue
• JavaScript execution context
• JavaScript execution context stack
• running JavaScript execution context
• JavaScript realm
• Thecurrent Realm Record
• Use Strict Directive
• Well-Known Symbols
, including@@hasInstance,@@isConcatSpreadable,@@toPrimitive, and@@toStringTag
• Well-Known Intrinsic Objects
, including%ArrayBuffer%
,%ArrayPrototype%
,%ObjProto_toString%
, and
%ObjProto_valueOf%
• TheFunctionBody
production
• TheModule
production
• ThePattern
production
• TheScript
production
• TheType
notation
• TheList
andRecord
specification types
• TheProperty Descriptor
specification type
• TheSource Text Module Record
specification type and itsModuleEvaluation
andModuleDeclarationInstantiation
methods
• TheArrayCreate
abstract operation
• TheCall
abstract operation
• TheCloneArrayBuffer
abstract operation
• TheConstruct
abstract operation
• TheCreateDataProperty
abstract operation
• TheDetachArrayBuffer
abstract operation
• TheEnqueueJob
abstract operation
• TheFunctionCreate
abstract operation
• TheGet
abstract operation
• TheGetActiveScriptOrModule
abstract operation
• TheHasOwnProperty
abstract operation
• TheHostEnsureCanCompileStrings
abstract operation
• TheHostPromiseRejectionTracker
abstract operation
• TheHostResolveImportedModule
abstract operation
• TheInitializeHostDefinedRealm
abstract operation
• TheIsAccessorDescriptor
abstract operation
• TheIsCallable
abstract operation
• TheIsConstructor
abstract operation
• TheIsDataDescriptor
abstract operation
• TheIsDetachedBuffer
abstract operation
• TheNewObjectEnvironment
abstract operation
• TheOrdinaryGetPrototypeOf
abstract operation
• TheOrdinarySetPrototypeOf
abstract operation
• TheOrdinaryIsExtensible
abstract operation
• TheOrdinaryPreventExtensions
abstract operation
• TheOrdinaryGetOwnProperty
abstract operation
• TheOrdinaryDefineOwnProperty
abstract operation
• TheOrdinaryGet
abstract operation
• TheOrdinarySet
abstract operation
• TheOrdinaryDelete
abstract operation
• TheOrdinaryOwnPropertyKeys
abstract operation
• TheParseModule
abstract operation
• TheParseScript
abstract operation
• TheRunJobs
abstract operation
• TheSameValue
abstract operation
• TheScriptEvaluation
abstract operation
• TheToBoolean
abstract operation
• TheToString
abstract operation
• TheToUint32
abstract operation
• TheTypedArrayCreate
abstract operation
• TheAbstract Equality Comparison
algorithm
• TheStrict Equality Comparison
algorithm
• TheDate
class
• TheTypeError
class
• TheRangeError
class
• Thetypeof
operator
• TheTypedArrayConstructors
table
DOM
The Document Object Model (DOM) is a representation — a model — of a document and its content. The DOM is not just an API; the
conformance criteria of HTML implementations are defined, in this specification, in terms of operations on the DOM.[DOM]p1160
Implementations must support DOM and the events defined in UI Events, because this specification is defined in terms of the DOM, and
some of the features are defined as extensions to the DOM interfaces.[DOM]p1160
[UIEVENTS]p1160
In particular, the following features are defined in the WHATWG DOM standard:[DOM]p1160
• Attr
interface
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• Comment
interface
• DOMImplementation
interface
• Document
interface
• XMLDocument
interface
• DocumentFragment
interface
• DocumentType
interface
• ChildNode
interface
• Element
interface
• Node
interface
• NodeList
interface
• ProcessingInstruction
interface
• Text
interface
• node document
concept
• host
concept
• shadow root
concept
• HTMLCollection
interface
• HTMLCollection.length
attribute
• HTMLCollection.item()
method
• HTMLCollection.namedItem()
method
• The termscollection
andrepresented by the collection
• DOMTokenList
interface
• DOMTokenList.value
attribute
• createDocument()
method
• createHTMLDocument()
method
• createElement()
method
• createElementNS()
method
• getElementById()
method
• getElementsByClassName()
method
• appendChild()
method
• cloneNode()
method
• importNode()
method
• preventDefault()
method
• id
attribute
• textContent
attribute
• Thetree
andshadow tree
concepts
• Thetree order
andshadow-including tree order
concepts
• Theroot
concept
• Theinclusive ancestor
andshadow-including descendant
concepts
• Thedocument element
concept
• Thein a document
andin a shadow-including document
concepts
• Theslot
concept, and itsname
andassigned nodes
• Thefind flattened slotables
algorithm
• Thepre-insert
,insert
,append
,replace
,remove
, andadopt
algorithms for nodes
• Thechange
,append
,remove
,replace
, andset value
algorithms for attributes
• Theinsertion steps
,removing steps
, andadopting steps
hooks
• Theattribute list
concept
• Thedata
of a text node
• Event
interface
• EventTarget
interface
• EventInit
dictionary type
• target
attribute
• currentTarget
attribute
• isTrusted
attribute
• initEvent()
method
• addEventListener()
method
• Thetype
of an event
• The concept of anevent listener
and theevent listeners
associated with anEventTarget
• The concept of atarget override
• Theencoding
(herein thecharacter encoding) andcontent type
of aDocumentp103
• The distinction betweenXML documents
andHTML documents
• The termsquirks mode
,limited-quirks mode
, andno-quirks mode
• The algorithm toclone
aNode
, and the concept ofcloning steps
used by that algorithm
• The concept ofbase URL change stepsand the definition of what happens when an element isaffected by a base URL
change
• The concept of an element'sunique identifier (ID)
• The termsupported tokens
• The concept of a DOMrange
, and the termsstart
,end
, andboundary point
as applied to ranges.
• Thecreate an element
algorithm
• Theelement interface
concept
• The concepts ofcustom element state
, and ofdefined
andcustom
elements
• MutationObserver
interface andmutation observers
in general
The following features are defined in the UI Events specification:[UIEVENTS]p1160
• MouseEvent
interface
• TheMouseEvent
interface'srelatedTarget
attribute
• MouseEventInit
dictionary type
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• TheFocusEvent
interface
• TheFocusEvent
interface'srelatedTarget
attribute
• TheUIEvent
interface
• TheUIEvent
interface'sview
attribute
• TheUIEvent
interface'sdetail
attribute
• click
event
• dblclick
event
• mousedown
event
• mouseenter
event
• mouseleave
event
• mousemove
event
• mouseout
event
• mouseover
event
• mouseup
event
• wheel
event
• keydown
event
• keyup
event
• keypress
event
The following features are defined in the Touch Events specification:[TOUCH]p1164
• Touch
interface
• Touch point
concept
This specification sometimes uses the termnameto refer to the event'stype
; as in, "an event namedclick" or "if the event name is
keypress". The terms "name" and "type" for events are synonymous.
The following features are defined in theDOM Parsing and Serializationspecification:[DOMPARSING]p1160
• DOMParser
• innerHTML
• outerHTML
TheSelection
interface is defined in theSelection APIspecification.[SELECTION]p1163
The following parts of the WHATWG Fullscreen API standard are referenced from this specification, in part to define the rendering of
dialogp559
elements, and also to define how the Fullscreen API interacts with HTML:[FULLSCREEN]p1160
• Thetop layer
concept
• requestFullscreen()
• Thefullscreen enabled flag
TheHigh Resolution Timespecification provides theDOMHighResTimeStamp
typedef and thePerformance
interface'snow()
method.
[HRT]p1160
File API
This specification uses the following features defined in the File API specification:[FILEAPI]p1160
• Blob
interface
• File
interface
• FileList
interface
• The concept of aclosed
Blob
• Blob.type
• The concept ofread errors
Media Source Extensions
The following terms are defined in the Media Source Extensions specification:[MEDIASOURCE]p1161
• MediaSource
interface
• Detaching from a media element
Media Capture and Streams
The following term is defined in the Media Capture and Streams specification:[MEDIASTREAM]p1161
• MediaStream
interface
User agents are encouraged to implement the features described in theHTML Editing APIsspecification.[EDITING]p1160
Note
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XMLHttpRequest
This specification references the XMLHttpRequest specification to describe how the two specifications interact and to use its
ProgressEvent
features. The following features and terms are defined in the XMLHttpRequest specification:[XHR]p1165
• XMLHttpRequest
interface
• XMLHttpRequest.responseXML
attribute
• ProgressEvent
interface
• ProgressEvent.lengthComputable
attribute
• ProgressEvent.loaded
attribute
• ProgressEvent.total
attribute
• Fire a progress event namede
Battery Status
The following features are defined in theBattery Status APIspecification:[BATTERY]p1158
• getBattery()
method
Media Queries
Implementations must supportMedia Queries. The<media-condition>
feature is defined therein.[MQ]p1162
CSS modules
While support for CSS as a whole is not required of implementations of this specification (though it is encouraged, at least for Web browsers),
some features are defined in terms of specific CSS requirements.
When this specification requires that something beparsed according to a particular CSS grammar
, the relevant algorithm in the CSS
Syntax specification must be followed.[CSSSYNTAX]p1159
In particular, some features require that a string beparsed as a CSS <color> value. When parsing a CSS value, user agents are required by
the CSS specifications to apply some error handling rules. These apply to this specification also.[CSSCOLOR]p1159
[CSS]p1159
The following terms and features are defined in the CSS specification:[CSS]p1159
• viewport
• line box
• out-of-flow
• in-flow
• replaced element
• intrinsic dimensions
• content area
• content box
• border box
• margin box
• border edge
• margin edge
• collapsing margins
• containing block
• inline box
• block box
• The'margin-top'
,'margin-bottom'
,'margin-left'
, and'margin-right'
properties
• The'padding-top'
,'padding-bottom'
,'padding-left'
, and'padding-right'
properties
• The'float'
property
• The'clear'
property
• The'width'
property
• The'height'
property
• The'line-height'
property
• The'vertical-align'
property
• The'content'
property
• The'inline-block'
value of the'display'
property
The CSS specification also defines the following border properties:[CSS]p1159
Border properties
Top
Bottom
Left
Right
Width 'border-top-width'
'border-bottom-width'
'border-left-width'
'border-right-width'
Style 'border-top-style'
'border-bottom-style'
'border-left-style'
'border-right-style'
For example, user agents are required to close all open constructs upon finding the end of a style sheet unexpectedly. Thus, when
parsing the string "rgb(0,0,0" (with a missing close-parenthesis) for a colour value, the close parenthesis is implied by this error
handling rule, and a value is obtained (the colour 'black'). However, the similar construct "rgb(0,0," (with both a missing
parenthesis and a missing "blue" value) cannot be parsed, as closing the open construct does not result in a viable value.
Example
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Color 'border-top-color'
'border-bottom-color'
'border-left-color'
'border-right-color'
The termsintrinsic widthandintrinsic heightrefer to the width dimension and the height dimension, respectively, ofintrinsic dimensions
.
The basic version of the'display'
property is defined in theCSSspecification, and the property is extended by other CSS modules.
[CSS]p1159
[CSSRUBY]p1159
[CSSTABLE]p1159
The following terms and features are defined in theCSS Logical Propertiesspecification:[CSSLOGICAL]p1159
• The'margin-block-start'
,'margin-block-end'
,'margin-inline-start'
, and'margin-inline-end'
properties
• The'padding-block-start'
,'padding-block-end'
,'padding-inline-start'
, and'padding-inline-end'
properties
The following terms and features are defined in theCSS Colorspecification:[CSSCOLOR]p1159
• named colour
• <color>
• The'color'
property
The termpaint source
is used as defined in theCSS Image Values and Replaced Contentspecification to define the interaction of certain
HTML elements with the CSS 'element()' function.[CSSIMAGES]p1159
The termdefault object size
and the'object-fit'
property are also defined in theCSS Image Values and Replaced Contentspecification.
[CSSIMAGES]p1159
The following features are defined in theCSS Backgrounds and Bordersspecification:[CSSBG]p1159
• The'background-color'
property
• The'background-image'
property
• The<position>
CSS data type
The following features are defined in theCSS Fontsspecification:[CSSFONTS]p1159
• The'font-family'
property
• The'font-weight'
property
• The'font-size'
property
• The'font'
property
The'list-style-type'
property is defined in theCSS Lists and Countersspecification.[CSSLISTS]p1159
The'overflow'
property is defined in theCSS Overflowspecification.[CSSOVERFLOW]p1159
The following features are defined in theCSS Positioned Layoutspecification:[CSSPOSITION]p1159
• The'position'
property
• The'top'
property
The'ruby-base'
value of the'display'
property is defined in theCSS Ruby Layoutspecification.[CSSRUBY]p1159
The following features are defined in theCSS Tablespecification:[CSSTABLE]p1159
• The'border-spacing'
property
• The'border-collapse'
property
• The'table-cell'
value of the'display'
property
The following features are defined in theCSS Textspecification:[CSSTEXT]p1159
• The'white-space'
property
• The'text-align'
property
• The'letter-spacing'
property
The following features are defined in theCSS Writing Modesspecification:[CSSWM]p1160
• The'direction'
property
• The'unicode-bidi'
property
• Theblock size
,inline size
,block-start
,block-end
,inline-start
,inline-end
,line-left
, andline-right
concepts
The following features are defined in theCSS Basic User Interfacespecification:[CSSUI]p1159
• The'outline'
property
• The'cursor'
property
• The'appearance'
property
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Implementations that support scripting must support the CSS Object Model. The following features and terms are defined in the CSSOM
specifications:[CSSOM]p1159
[CSSOMVIEW]p1159
• Screen
interface
• LinkStyle
interface
• CSSStyleDeclaration
interface
• cssText
attribute ofCSSStyleDeclaration
• StyleSheet
interface
• create a CSS style sheet
• remove a CSS style sheet
• associated CSS style sheet
• CSS style sheets
and their properties:type
,location
,parent CSS style sheet
,owner node
,owner CSS rule
,media
,title
,
alternate flag
,disabled flag
,CSS rules
,origin-clean flag
• Alternative style sheet setsand thepreferred style sheet set
• Serialising a CSS value
• run the resize steps
• run the scroll steps
• evaluate media queries and report changes
• Scroll an element into view
• Scroll to the beginning of the document
• Theresize
event
• Thescroll
event
• Thefeaturesargument ofwindow.open
The following features and terms are defined in theCSS Syntaxspecifications:[CSSSYNTAX]p1159
• Parse a comma-separated list of component values
• component value
• environment encoding
• <whitespace-token>
The following terms are defined in theSelectorsspecification:[SELECTORS]p1163
• type selector
• attribute selector
• pseudo-class
The following features are defined in theCSS Values and Unitsspecification:[CSSVALUES]p1160
• <length>
• The'em'
unit
• The'ex'
unit
• The'vw'
unit
• The'in'
unit
• The'px'
unit
• The'attr()'
function
• The'calc()'
function
The termstyle attribute
is defined in theCSS Style Attributesspecification.[CSSATTR]p1159
The following terms are defined in theCSS Cascading and Inheritancespecification:[CSSCASCADE]p1159
• specified value
• computed value
• used value
TheCanvasRenderingContext2Dp587
object's use of fonts depends on the features described in the CSSFontsandFont Loading
specifications, including in particularFontFaceobjects and thefont source
concept.[CSSFONTS]p1159
[CSSFONTLOAD]p1159
The following interfaces and terms are defined in the Geometry Interfaces Module specification:[GEOMETRY]p1160
• DOMMatrix
interface
• DOMMatrixInit
interface
• Thecreate aDOMMatrixfrom a dictionary
algorithm forDOMMatrixInit
Intersection Observer
The following term is defined in the Intersection Observer specification:[INTERSECTIONOBSERVER]p1161
• run the update intersection observations steps
WebGL
The following interface is defined in the WebGL specification:[WEBGL]p1164
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• WebGLRenderingContextinterface
WebVTT
Implementations may support WebVTT as a text track format for subtitles, captions, chapter titles, metadata, etc, for media resources.
[WEBVTT]p1164
The following terms, used in this specification, are defined in the WebVTT specification:
• WebVTT file
• WebVTT file using cue text
• WebVTT file using chapter title text
• WebVTT file using only nested cues
• WebVTT parser
• Therules for updating the display of WebVTT text tracks
• Therules for interpreting WebVTT cue text
• The WebVTTtext track cue writing direction
• VTTCueinterface
The WebSocket protocol
The following terms are defined in the WHATWG Fetch standard:[FETCH]p1160
• establish a WebSocket connection
The following terms are defined in the WebSocket protocol specification:[WSP]p1164
• the WebSocket connection is established
• extensions in use
• subprotocol in use
• a WebSocket message has been received
• send a WebSocket Message
• fail the WebSocket connection
• close the WebSocket connection
• start the WebSocket closing handshake
• the WebSocket closing handshake is started
• the WebSocket connection is closed(possiblycleanly)
• the WebSocket connection close code
• the WebSocket connection close reason
• Sec-WebSocket-Protocolfield
ARIA
Theroleattribute is defined in the ARIA specification, as are the following roles:[ARIA]p1158
• alert
• alertdialog
• application
• article
• banner
• button
• checkbox
• columnheader
• combobox
• complementary
• contentinfo
• dialog
• directory
• document
• grid
• gridcell
• group
• heading
• img
• link
• list
• listbox
• listitem
• log
• main
• marquee
• menu
• menubar
• menuitem
• menuitemcheckbox
• menuitemradio
• navigation
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• note
• option
• presentation
• progressbar
• radio
• region
• row
• rowgroup
• rowheader
• search
• separator
• slider
• spinbutton
• status
• tab
• tablist
• textbox
• toolbar
• tree
• treeitem
In addition, the followingaria-*content attributes are defined in the ARIA specification:[ARIA]p1158
• aria-checked
• aria-describedby
• aria-disabled
• aria-expanded
• aria-hidden
• aria-invalid
• aria-label
• aria-level
• aria-multiline
• aria-multiselectable
• aria-owns
• aria-readonly
• aria-required
• aria-selected
• aria-sort
• aria-valuemax
• aria-valuemin
• aria-valuenow
Finally, the following terms are defined in the ARIA specification:
• accessible name
Content Security Policy
The following terms are defined inContent Security Policy:[CSP]p1158
• Content Security Policy
• Content Security Policy directive
• TheContent Security Policy syntax
• enforce the policy
• Theparse a serialized Content Security Policy
algorithm
• TheInitialize a global object's CSP list
algorithm
• TheInitialize a Document's CSP list
algorithm
• TheShould element's inline behavior be blocked by Content Security Policy?
algorithm
• Thereport-uridirective
• TheEnsureCSPDoesNotBlockStringCompilation
abstract operation
• TheIs base allowed for Document?
algorithm
The following terms are defined inContent Security Policy: Document Features:[CSPDOCUMENT]p1159
• Theframe-ancestorsdirective
• Thesandboxdirective
Service Workers
The following terms are defined inService Workers:[SW]p1164
• match service worker registration
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MathML
While support for MathML as a whole is not required by this specification (though it is encouraged, at least for Web browsers), certain
features depend upon small parts of MathML being implemented.[MATHML]p1161
The following features are defined in the MathML specification:
• MathMLannotation-xml
element
• MathMLmath
element
• MathMLmerror
element
• MathMLmi
element
• MathMLmn
element
• MathMLmo
element
• MathMLms
element
• MathMLmtext
element
SVG
While support for SVG as a whole is not required by this specification (though it is encouraged, at least for Web browsers), certain features
depend upon parts of SVG being implemented.
Also, the SVG specifications do not reflect implementation reality. Implementations implement subsets of SVG 1.1 and SVG Tiny 1.2.
Although it is hoped that the in-progress SVG 2 specification is a more realistic target for implementations, until that specification is ready,
user agents that implement SVG must do so with the followingwillful violationsp27
and additions.[SVG]p1163
[SVGTINY12]p1164
[SVG2]p1164
User agents that implement SVG must not implement the following features from SVG 1.1:
• Thetrefelement
• Thecursorelement (use CSS'scursorproperty instead)
• The font-defining SVG elements:font,glyph,missing-glyph,hkern,vkern,font-face,font-face-src,font-face-
uri,font-face-format, and font-face-name(use CSS's @font-faceinstead)
• TheexternalResourcesRequiredattribute
• Theenable-backgroundproperty
• ThecontentScriptTypeandcontentStyleTypeattributes (use thetypeattribute on theSVGscript
andstyle
elements instead)
User agents that implement SVG must implement the following features from SVG Tiny 1.2:
• Thenon-scaling-strokevalue for thevector-effectproperty
• Theclassattribute is allowed on all SVG elements
• Thetabindexattribute is allowed on visible SVG elements
• The ARIA accessibility attributes are allowed on all SVG elements
The following features are defined in the SVG specifications:
• SVGImageElement
interface
• SVGScriptElement
interface
• SVGSVGElement
interface
• SVGdesc
element
• SVGforeignObject
element
• SVGimage
element
• SVGscript
element
• SVGsvg
element
• SVGtitle
element
• SVGuse
element
Filter Effects
The following feature is defined in theFilter Effectsspecification:[FILTERS]p1160
• <filter-function-list>
This specification does notrequiresupport of any particular network protocol, style sheet language, scripting language, or any of the DOM
specifications beyond those required in the list above. However, the language described by this specification is biased towards CSS as the styling
language, JavaScript as the scripting language, and HTTP as the network protocol, and several features assume that those languages and
protocols are in use.
A user agent that implements the HTTP protocol must implementHTTP State Management Mechanism(Cookies) as well.[HTTP]p1160
[COOKIES]p1158
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