PC DB: ATT Directory Structure

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The ATT directory contains 16 subdirectories. These are named as follows and contain the following types of filenames:
   Subdirectory   Filename Type
   ------------   -------------

   AT0            nnnnnnn0.ATT
   AT1            nnnnnnn1.ATT
   AT2            nnnnnnn2.ATT
   AT3            nnnnnnn3.ATT
   AT4            nnnnnnn4.ATT
   AT5            nnnnnnn5.ATT
   AT6            nnnnnnn6.ATT
   AT7            nnnnnnn7.ATT
   AT8            nnnnnnn8.ATT
   AT9            nnnnnnn9.ATT
   ATA            nnnnnnnA.ATT
   ATB            nnnnnnnB.ATT
   ATC            nnnnnnnC.ATT
   ATD            nnnnnnnD.ATT
   ATE            nnnnnnnE.ATT
   ATF            nnnnnnnF.ATT


Article ID: 87378 - Last Review: October 14, 2013 - Revision: 1.1
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