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=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,84),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,17),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,138),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,2),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,234),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,138),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,4),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,173),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,2),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,209),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,4),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,270),1)
=RIGHT(LEFT($B$2,81),1)
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