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From: Terry Reigel <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Cause of Death
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2009 09:26:49 -0400
Tom Momeyer wrote:
> T. Reigel said in
> 01/1043598932 that he enters it in the Memo field with an
> exclusion marker in front of it except for interesting
> cases. Understood! Please clarify following:
> 1. Are you adding <[M]> to the Death master tag sentence?
Yes, I added <[M]>, or <, [M]> if it doesn't follow the <[L]> variable, to most of my tag types.
> In the same group of messages, B. Gillis said that he
> uses sensitivity brackets instead of exclusion markers
> and "You control the printing of each". Bob, if you're
> reading this (or anyone else?) my question follows.
> 2. Please explain how you have more "control" using
> sensitivity brackets versus exclusion markers.
I assume he meant that printing excluded and sensitive information are separate controls, so you can choose one or the other.
> And, for anyone... how do you get the variable [A] (age
> at death) to print in the sentence?
Assuming it's in the Sentence, by having complete (day, month, year) dates in both the primary birth group tag and the tag at issue.