How do you know a program has frequency sweeps in it?

Programs are a set of frequencies, separated by a comma. Here is an example:
A sweep has a starting and ending frequency. It look like:
Here the sweep starts at 100 Hz, and increases the frequency in the generator until it hits 200 Hz.
So if you look at a program, if there is a minus sign in the set of frequencies, it contains a sweep.

If you are unsure if a program has a sweep, try loading it into a GenX offline program. If it does not fail, there is no sweep.

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