When you modify data, it is usually best to use a Stored-input file for MODHAR rather than running MODHAR interactively. Then you can repeat the task (modifying it if necessary) at a later date. The Stored-input file can form part of the documentation of the changes you have carried out.
Stored-input files for MODHAR are often very long since each modification requires several lines on the Stored-input file.
See the answer to another FAQ for advice about building Stored-input files for MODHAR.
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