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Old 03-14-2014, 12:42 PM   #7
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A question to the publisher got this reply:
"A dash is used where those particular instructions do not apply to the size being worked. So if there's a dash in a set of instructions for the size you are working it means you don't need to work this little bit of the pattern, but move on to the next set of instructions that do apply."
So the dash is the equivalent of the more common 0 when there are no instructions for your size.
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