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In our code you might encounter features tagged “experimental”. This means that the feature in question is an early version that has a limited test scope, and the API and/or functionality might change in upcoming releases. The intention is to let users try these features out and we appreciate feedback.
For best performance A111 (expect for batch numbers: 10467, 10457, 10178) or XM112 should be used.