> RST DOMESTIC QTH OR QSO NUMBER looks first to see if the call is in
> a domestic country. If not, then is behaves just like RST QSO NUMBER.
> > Somehow,
> > with the domestic countries of (I,IT,IS) or (UA,UA2,UA9,R1FJ,R1MV,R1AN),
> > the first requires a domestic QTH from YL3IZ/MM, the second accepts a QSO
> > nr.
> That makes sense based upon the descriptions above.
But when the program first looks, why would it see that YL3IZ/MM is in a
domestic country? Because it is not in a non-domestic country being at sea?
Not X non = yep?
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