Ethan Present
Created December 26, 2019

Lego EV3 Trike that Rocks in More Ways than One

Wow! this Lego EV3 trike can get from the start to finish three different ways using a prewritten code, color sensor, and or Alexa.

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Ethan Present Lego EV3 Trike that Rocks in More Ways than One.py

Python
This is the code for my Lego EV3 Robot Trike. It is written in Python.
#!/usr/bin/env python3
# Copyright 2019 Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.  All Rights Reserved.
# 
# You may not use this file except in compliance with the terms and conditions 
# set forth in the accompanying LICENSE.TXT file.
#
# THESE MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED ON AN "AS IS" BASIS. AMAZON SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS, WITH 
# RESPECT TO THESE MATERIALS, ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING 
# THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.

import os
import sys
import time
import logging
import json
import random
import threading

import ev3dev.ev3 as ev3
import time



from enum import Enum
from agt import AlexaGadget

from ev3dev2.led import Leds
from ev3dev2.sound import Sound
from ev3dev2.motor import OUTPUT_A, OUTPUT_B, OUTPUT_C, MoveTank, SpeedPercent, MediumMotor

import ev3dev.ev3 as ev3 #imports ev3 library
ev3.Sound.speak('hello, EV3 dev is now imported').wait() #adds talking
import time #imports time module so we can use "time.sleep" which is in seconds
left_motor = ev3.LargeMotor(ev3.OUTPUT_B) #calling the left motor in "output b"
right_motor = ev3.LargeMotor(ev3.OUTPUT_C) #calling the right motor in "output c"
left_motor.run_forever(speed_sp=500) #moves the left motor forever at 500 above normal
ev3.Sound.speak('the left motor is moving!').wait()
right_motor.run_forever(speed_sp=500) #moves the right motor forever at 500 above normal
ev3.Sound.speak('the right motor is moving!').wait()
time.sleep(5.0) #break for 5 sec
left_motor.stop() #stops left motor
right_motor.stop() #stops right motor
ev3.Sound.beep().wait() #beep after stop
ev3.Sound.beep().wait() #beep after stop again
ev3.Sound.speak('mission complete').wait() #speach

time.sleep(5.0) #After the robot completes its first task, it waits for 5 seconds before starting its next task


ev3.Sound.speak('The robot should now be entering line follow mode').wait() #Speach 
color_sensor = ev3.ColorSensor() #Defines what color_sensor is 
current_color = color_sensor.color #Defines what current_color is
while current_color == ev3.ColorSensor.COLOR_BLUE or current_color == ev3.ColorSensor.COLOR_WHITE: #loop that lasts forever until the color sensor does not see blue or white
	for _ in range(5):
		current_color = color_sensor.color #Defining current_color
		if current_color == ev3.ColorSensor.COLOR_BLUE:  #if the color sensor sees a blue line it will move straight while slightly turning to the left
			right_motor.run_forever(speed_sp=125)
			left_motor.run_forever(speed_sp=120)
		elif current_color == ev3.ColorSensor.COLOR_WHITE: #if the color sensor sees white, it will move straight while slightly turning to the right
			right_motor.run_forever(speed_sp=25)
			left_motor.run_forever(speed_sp=225)

# Set the logging level to INFO to see messages from AlexaGadget
logging.basicConfig(level=logging.INFO, stream=sys.stdout, format='%(message)s')
logging.getLogger().addHandler(logging.StreamHandler(sys.stderr))
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)


class Direction(Enum):
    """
    The list of directional commands and their variations.
    These variations correspond to the skill slot values.
    """
    FORWARD = ['forward', 'forwards', 'go forward']
    BACKWARD = ['back', 'backward', 'backwards', 'go backward']
    LEFT = ['left', 'go left']
    RIGHT = ['right', 'go right']
    STOP = ['stop', 'brake']


class Command(Enum):
    """
    The list of preset commands and their invocation variation.
    These variations correspond to the skill slot values.
    """
    MOVE_CIRCLE = ['circle', 'spin']
    MOVE_SQUARE = ['square']
    PATROL = ['patrol', 'guard mode', 'sentry mode']
    FIRE_ONE = ['cannon', '1 shot', 'one shot']
    FIRE_ALL = ['all shot']


class MindstormsGadget(AlexaGadget):
    """
    A Mindstorms gadget that performs movement based on voice commands.
    Two types of commands are supported, directional movement and preset.
    """

    def __init__(self):
        """
        Performs Alexa Gadget initialization routines and ev3dev resource allocation.
        """
        super().__init__()

        # Gadget state
        self.patrol_mode = False

        # Ev3dev initialization
        self.leds = Leds()
        self.sound = Sound()
        self.drive = MoveTank(OUTPUT_B, OUTPUT_C)
        self.weapon = MediumMotor(OUTPUT_A)

        # Start threads
        threading.Thread(target=self._patrol_thread, daemon=True).start()

    def on_connected(self, device_addr):
        """
        Gadget connected to the paired Echo device.
        :param device_addr: the address of the device we connected to
        """
        self.leds.set_color("LEFT", "GREEN")
        self.leds.set_color("RIGHT", "GREEN")
        logger.info("{} connected to Echo device".format(self.friendly_name))

    def on_disconnected(self, device_addr):
        """
        Gadget disconnected from the paired Echo device.
        :param device_addr: the address of the device we disconnected from
        """
        self.leds.set_color("LEFT", "BLACK")
        self.leds.set_color("RIGHT", "BLACK")
        logger.info("{} disconnected from Echo device".format(self.friendly_name))

    def on_custom_mindstorms_gadget_control(self, directive):
        """
        Handles the Custom.Mindstorms.Gadget control directive.
        :param directive: the custom directive with the matching namespace and name
        """
        try:
            payload = json.loads(directive.payload.decode("utf-8"))
            print("Control payload: {}".format(payload), file=sys.stderr)
            control_type = payload["type"]
            if control_type == "move":

                # Expected params: [direction, duration, speed]
                self._move(payload["direction"], int(payload["duration"]), int(payload["speed"]))

            if control_type == "command":
                # Expected params: [command]
                self._activate(payload["command"])

        except KeyError:
            print("Missing expected parameters: {}".format(directive), file=sys.stderr)

    def _move(self, direction, duration: int, speed: int, is_blocking=False):
        """
        Handles move commands from the directive.
        Right and left movement can under or over turn depending on the surface type.
        :param direction: the move direction
        :param duration: the duration in seconds
        :param speed: the speed percentage as an integer
        :param is_blocking: if set, motor run until duration expired before accepting another command
        """
        print("Move command: ({}, {}, {}, {})".format(direction, speed, duration, is_blocking), file=sys.stderr)
        if direction in Direction.FORWARD.value:
            self.drive.on_for_seconds(SpeedPercent(speed), SpeedPercent(speed), duration, block=is_blocking)

        if direction in Direction.BACKWARD.value:
            self.drive.on_for_seconds(SpeedPercent(-speed), SpeedPercent(-speed), duration, block=is_blocking)

        if direction in (Direction.RIGHT.value + Direction.LEFT.value):
            self._turn(direction, speed)
            self.drive.on_for_seconds(SpeedPercent(speed), SpeedPercent(speed), duration, block=is_blocking)

        if direction in Direction.STOP.value:
            self.drive.off()
            self.patrol_mode = False

    def _activate(self, command, speed=50):
        """
        Handles preset commands.
        :param command: the preset command
        :param speed: the speed if applicable
        """
        print("Activate command: ({}, {})".format(command, speed), file=sys.stderr)
        if command in Command.MOVE_CIRCLE.value:
            self.drive.on_for_seconds(SpeedPercent(int(speed)), SpeedPercent(5), 12)

        if command in Command.MOVE_SQUARE.value:
            for i in range(4):
                self._move("right", 2, speed, is_blocking=True)

        if command in Command.PATROL.value:
            # Set patrol mode to resume patrol thread processing
            self.patrol_mode = True

        if command in Command.FIRE_ONE.value:
            self.weapon.on_for_rotations(SpeedPercent(100), 3)

        if command in Command.FIRE_ALL.value:
            self.weapon.on_for_rotations(SpeedPercent(100), 10)

    def _turn(self, direction, speed):
        """
        Turns based on the specified direction and speed.
        Calibrated for hard smooth surface.
        :param direction: the turn direction
        :param speed: the turn speed
        """
        if direction in Direction.LEFT.value:
            self.drive.on_for_seconds(SpeedPercent(0), SpeedPercent(speed), 2)

        if direction in Direction.RIGHT.value:
            self.drive.on_for_seconds(SpeedPercent(speed), SpeedPercent(0), 2)

    def _patrol_thread(self):
        """
        Performs random movement when patrol mode is activated.
        """
        while True:
            while self.patrol_mode:
                print("Patrol mode activated randomly picks a path", file=sys.stderr)
                direction = random.choice(list(Direction))
                duration = random.randint(1, 5)
                speed = random.randint(1, 4) * 25

                while direction == Direction.STOP:
                    direction = random.choice(list(Direction))

                # direction: all except stop, duration: 1-5s, speed: 25, 50, 75, 100
                self._move(direction.value[0], duration, speed)
                time.sleep(duration)
            time.sleep(1)


if __name__ == '__main__':

    gadget = MindstormsGadget()

    # Set LCD font and turn off blinking LEDs
    os.system('setfont Lat7-Terminus12x6')
    gadget.leds.set_color("LEFT", "BLACK")
    gadget.leds.set_color("RIGHT", "BLACK")

    # Startup sequence
    gadget.sound.play_song((('C4', 'e'), ('D4', 'e'), ('E5', 'q')))
    gadget.leds.set_color("LEFT", "GREEN")
    gadget.leds.set_color("RIGHT", "GREEN")

    # Gadget main entry point
    gadget.main()

    # Shutdown sequence
    gadget.sound.play_song((('E5', 'e'), ('C4', 'e')))
    gadget.leds.set_color("LEFT", "BLACK")
    gadget.leds.set_color("RIGHT", "BLACK")

index.js

JavaScript
Amazon Alexa Developer Code for Ethan Present's ev3 project
/*
 * Copyright 2019 Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.  All Rights Reserved.
 *
 * You may not use this file except in compliance with the terms and conditions 
 * set forth in the accompanying LICENSE.TXT file.
 *
 * THESE MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED ON AN "AS IS" BASIS. AMAZON SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS, WITH 
 * RESPECT TO THESE MATERIALS, ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING 
 * THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.
*/

// This sample demonstrates sending directives to an Echo connected gadget from an Alexa skill
// using the Alexa Skills Kit SDK (v2). Please visit https://alexa.design/cookbook for additional
// examples on implementing slots, dialog management, session persistence, api calls, and more.

const Alexa = require('ask-sdk-core');
const Util = require('./util');
const Common = require('./common');

// The namespace of the custom directive to be sent by this skill
const NAMESPACE = 'Custom.Mindstorms.Gadget';

// The name of the custom directive to be sent this skill
const NAME_CONTROL = 'control';

const LaunchRequestHandler = {
    canHandle(handlerInput) {
        return Alexa.getRequestType(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'LaunchRequest';
    },
    handle: async function(handlerInput) {

        let request = handlerInput.requestEnvelope;
        let { apiEndpoint, apiAccessToken } = request.context.System;
        let apiResponse = await Util.getConnectedEndpoints(apiEndpoint, apiAccessToken);
        if ((apiResponse.endpoints || []).length === 0) {
            return handlerInput.responseBuilder
            .speak(`I couldn't find an EV3 Brick connected to this Echo device. Please check to make sure your EV3 Brick is connected, and try again.`)
            .getResponse();
        }

        // Store the gadget endpointId to be used in this skill session
        let endpointId = apiResponse.endpoints[0].endpointId || [];
        Util.putSessionAttribute(handlerInput, 'endpointId', endpointId);

        return handlerInput.responseBuilder
            .speak("Welcome, you can start issuing move commands")
            .reprompt("Awaiting commands")
            .getResponse();
    }
};

// Add the speed value to the session attribute.
// This allows other intent handler to use the specified speed value
// without asking the user for input.
const SetSpeedIntentHandler = {
    canHandle(handlerInput) {
        return Alexa.getRequestType(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'IntentRequest'
            && Alexa.getIntentName(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'SetSpeedIntent';
    },
    handle: function (handlerInput) {

        // Bound speed to (1-100)
        let speed = Alexa.getSlotValue(handlerInput.requestEnvelope, 'Speed');
        speed = Math.max(1, Math.min(100, parseInt(speed)));
        Util.putSessionAttribute(handlerInput, 'speed', speed);

        return handlerInput.responseBuilder
            .speak(`speed set to ${speed} percent.`)
            .reprompt("awaiting command")
            .getResponse();
    }
};

// Construct and send a custom directive to the connected gadget with
// data from the MoveIntent request.
const MoveIntentHandler = {
    canHandle(handlerInput) {
        return Alexa.getRequestType(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'IntentRequest'
            && Alexa.getIntentName(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'MoveIntent';
    },
    handle: function (handlerInput) {
        const request = handlerInput.requestEnvelope;
        const direction = Alexa.getSlotValue(request, 'Direction');

        // Duration is optional, use default if not available
        const duration = Alexa.getSlotValue(request, 'Duration') || "2";

        // Get data from session attribute
        const attributesManager = handlerInput.attributesManager;
        const speed = attributesManager.getSessionAttributes().speed || "50";
        const endpointId = attributesManager.getSessionAttributes().endpointId || [];

        // Construct the directive with the payload containing the move parameters
        const directive = Util.build(endpointId, NAMESPACE, NAME_CONTROL,
            {
                type: 'move',
                direction: direction,
                duration: duration,
                speed: speed
            });

        const speechOutput = (direction === "brake")
            ?  "Applying brake"
            : `${direction} ${duration} seconds at ${speed} percent speed`;

        return handlerInput.responseBuilder
            .speak(speechOutput)
            .reprompt("awaiting command")
            .addDirective(directive)
            .getResponse();
    }
};

// Construct and send a custom directive to the connected gadget with data from
// the SetCommandIntent request.
const SetCommandIntentHandler = {
    canHandle(handlerInput) {
        return Alexa.getRequestType(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'IntentRequest'
            && Alexa.getIntentName(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'SetCommandIntent';
    },
    handle: function (handlerInput) {

        let command = Alexa.getSlotValue(handlerInput.requestEnvelope, 'Command');
        if (!command) {
            return handlerInput.responseBuilder
                .speak("Can you repeat that?")
                .reprompt("What was that again?").getResponse();
        }

        const attributesManager = handlerInput.attributesManager;
        let endpointId = attributesManager.getSessionAttributes().endpointId || [];
        let speed = attributesManager.getSessionAttributes().speed || "50";

        // Construct the directive with the payload containing the move parameters
        let directive = Util.build(endpointId, NAMESPACE, NAME_CONTROL,
            {
                type: 'command',
                command: command,
                speed: speed
            });

        return handlerInput.responseBuilder
            .speak(`command ${command} activated`)
            .reprompt("awaiting command")
            .addDirective(directive)
            .getResponse();
    }
};

// The SkillBuilder acts as the entry point for your skill, routing all request and response
// payloads to the handlers above. Make sure any new handlers or interceptors you've
// defined are included below. The order matters - they're processed top to bottom.
exports.handler = Alexa.SkillBuilders.custom()
    .addRequestHandlers(
        LaunchRequestHandler,
        SetSpeedIntentHandler,
        SetCommandIntentHandler,
        MoveIntentHandler,
        Common.HelpIntentHandler,
        Common.CancelAndStopIntentHandler,
        Common.SessionEndedRequestHandler,
        Common.IntentReflectorHandler, // make sure IntentReflectorHandler is last so it doesn't override your custom intent handlers
    )
    .addRequestInterceptors(Common.RequestInterceptor)
    .addErrorHandlers(
        Common.ErrorHandler,
    )
    .lambda();

package.json

JSON
Amazon Alexa Developer Code for Ethan Present's ev3 project
{
  "name": "agt-mindstorms",
  "version": "1.1.0",
  "description": "A sample skill demonstrating how to use AGT with Lego Mindstorms",
  "main": "index.js",
  "scripts": {
    "test": "echo \"Error: no test specified\" && exit 1"
  },
  "author": "Amazon Alexa",
  "license": "ISC",
  "dependencies": {
    "ask-sdk-core": "^2.6.0",
    "ask-sdk-model": "^1.18.0",
    "aws-sdk": "^2.326.0",
    "request": "^2.81.0"
  }
}

util.js

JavaScript
Amazon Alexa Developer Code for Ethan Present's ev3 project
/*
 * Copyright 2019 Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.  All Rights Reserved.
 *
 * You may not use this file except in compliance with the terms and conditions 
 * set forth in the accompanying LICENSE.TXT file.
 *
 * THESE MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED ON AN "AS IS" BASIS. AMAZON SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS, WITH 
 * RESPECT TO THESE MATERIALS, ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING 
 * THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.
*/

'use strict';

const Https = require('https');

/**
 * Build a custom directive payload to the gadget with the specified endpointId
 * @param {string} endpointId - the gadget endpoint Id
 * @param {string} namespace - the namespace of the skill
 * @param {string} name - the name of the skill within the scope of this namespace
 * @param {object} payload - the payload data
 * @see {@link https://developer.amazon.com/docs/alexa-gadgets-toolkit/send-gadget-custom-directive-from-skill.html#respond}
 */
exports.build = function (endpointId, namespace, name, payload) {
    // Construct the custom directive that needs to be sent
    // Gadget should declare the capabilities in the discovery response to
    // receive the directives under the following namespace.
    return {
        type: 'CustomInterfaceController.SendDirective',
        header: {
            name: name,
            namespace: namespace
        },
        endpoint: {
            endpointId: endpointId
        },
        payload
    };
};

/**
 * A convenience routine to add the a key-value pair to the session attribute.
 * @param handlerInput - the context from Alexa Service
 * @param key - the key to be added
 * @param value - the value be added
 */
exports.putSessionAttribute = function(handlerInput, key, value) {
    const attributesManager = handlerInput.attributesManager;
    let sessionAttributes = attributesManager.getSessionAttributes();
    sessionAttributes[key] = value;
    attributesManager.setSessionAttributes(sessionAttributes);
};

/**
 * To get a list of all the gadgets that meet these conditions,
 * Call the Endpoint Enumeration API with the apiEndpoint and apiAccessToken to
 * retrieve the list of all connected gadgets.
 *
 * @param {string} apiEndpoint - the Endpoint API url
 * @param {string} apiAccessToken  - the token from the session object in the Alexa request
 * @see {@link https://developer.amazon.com/docs/alexa-gadgets-toolkit/send-gadget-custom-directive-from-skill.html#call-endpoint-enumeration-api}
 */
exports.getConnectedEndpoints = function(apiEndpoint, apiAccessToken) {

    // The preceding https:// need to be stripped off before making the call
    apiEndpoint = (apiEndpoint || '').replace('https://', '');
    return new Promise(((resolve, reject) => {

        const options = {
            host: apiEndpoint,
            path: '/v1/endpoints',
            method: 'GET',
            headers: {
                'Content-Type': 'application/json',
                'Authorization': 'Bearer ' + apiAccessToken
            }
        };

        const request = Https.request(options, (response) => {
            response.setEncoding('utf8');
            let returnData = '';
            response.on('data', (chunk) => {
                returnData += chunk;
            });

            response.on('end', () => {
                resolve(JSON.parse(returnData));
            });

            response.on('error', (error) => {
                reject(error);
            });
        });
        request.end();
    }));
};

common.js

JavaScript
Amazon Alexa Developer Code for Ethan Present's ev3 project
/*
 * Copyright 2019 Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.  All Rights Reserved.
 *
 * You may not use this file except in compliance with the terms and conditions 
 * set forth in the accompanying LICENSE.TXT file.
 *
 * THESE MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED ON AN "AS IS" BASIS. AMAZON SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS, WITH 
 * RESPECT TO THESE MATERIALS, ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING 
 * THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.
*/

'use strict'

const Alexa = require('ask-sdk-core');

const HelpIntentHandler = {
    canHandle(handlerInput) {
        return Alexa.getRequestType(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'IntentRequest'
            && Alexa.getIntentName(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'AMAZON.HelpIntent';
    },
    handle(handlerInput) {
        const speakOutput = 'You can say hello to me! How can I help?';

        return handlerInput.responseBuilder
            .speak(speakOutput)
            .reprompt(speakOutput)
            .getResponse();
    }
};
const CancelAndStopIntentHandler = {
    canHandle(handlerInput) {
        return Alexa.getRequestType(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'IntentRequest'
            && (Alexa.getIntentName(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'AMAZON.CancelIntent'
                || Alexa.getIntentName(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'AMAZON.StopIntent');
    },
    handle(handlerInput) {
        const speakOutput = 'Goodbye!';
        return handlerInput.responseBuilder
            .speak(speakOutput)
            .getResponse();
    }
};
const SessionEndedRequestHandler = {
    canHandle(handlerInput) {
        return Alexa.getRequestType(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'SessionEndedRequest';
    },
    handle(handlerInput) {
        // Any cleanup logic goes here.
        return handlerInput.responseBuilder.getResponse();
    }
};

// The intent reflector is used for interaction model testing and debugging.
// It will simply repeat the intent the user said. You can create custom handlers
// for your intents by defining them above, then also adding them to the request
// handler chain below.
const IntentReflectorHandler = {
    canHandle(handlerInput) {
        return Alexa.getRequestType(handlerInput.requestEnvelope) === 'IntentRequest';
    },
    handle(handlerInput) {
        const intentName = Alexa.getIntentName(handlerInput.requestEnvelope);
        const speakOutput = `You just triggered ${intentName}`;

        return handlerInput.responseBuilder
            .speak(speakOutput)
            .reprompt("I don't understand this command, try again")
            .getResponse();
    }
};

// Generic error handling to capture any syntax or routing errors. If you receive an error
// stating the request handler chain is not found, you have not implemented a handler for
// the intent being invoked or included it in the skill builder below.
const ErrorHandler = {
    canHandle() {
        return true;
    },
    handle(handlerInput, error) {
        console.log(`~~~~ Error handled: ${error.stack}`);
        const speakOutput = `Sorry, I had trouble doing what you asked. Please try again.`;

        return handlerInput.responseBuilder
            .speak(speakOutput)
            .reprompt(speakOutput)
            .getResponse();
    }
};

// The request interceptor is used for request handling testing and debugging.
// It will simply log the request in raw json format before any processing is performed.
const RequestInterceptor = {
    process(handlerInput) {
        let { attributesManager, requestEnvelope } = handlerInput;
        let sessionAttributes = attributesManager.getSessionAttributes();

        // Log the request for debug purposes.
        console.log(`=====Request==${JSON.stringify(requestEnvelope)}`);
        console.log(`=========SessionAttributes==${JSON.stringify(sessionAttributes, null, 2)}`);
    }
};

module.exports = {
    HelpIntentHandler,
    CancelAndStopIntentHandler,
    SessionEndedRequestHandler,
    IntentReflectorHandler,
    ErrorHandler,
    RequestInterceptor
    };

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