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Fosdyke notation is used to define the proximity between two game objects, in particular between the subject and object of an action or effect. A Fosdyke code describes the relative location of subject and object at a particular point in time; a 'Fosdyke requirement'' specifies the proximity necessary for a particular action or effect to occur.
Fosdyke notation is used to define the proximity between two game objects, in particular between the subject and object of an action or effect. A Fosdyke code describes the relative location of subject and object at a particular point in time; a Fosdyke requirement specifies the proximity necessary for a particular action or effect to occur.

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