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package org.apache.poi.hslf.record;
If we come across a record we know has children of (potential) interest, but where the record itself is boring, but where other records may care about where this one lives, we create one of these. It allows us to get at the children, and track where on disk this is, but not much else. Anything done using this should quite quickly be transitioned to its own proper record class!

Nick Burch
	private byte[] _header;
	private long _type;

Create a new holder for a boring record with children, but with position dependent characteristics
	protected DummyPositionSensitiveRecordWithChildren(byte[] sourceint startint len) {
		// Just grab the header, not the whole contents
		 = new byte[8];
		 = LittleEndian.getUShort(,2);
		// Find our children
		 = Record.findChildRecords(source,start+8,len-8);

Return the value we were given at creation
	public long getRecordType() { return ; }

Write the contents of the record back, so it can be written to disk
	public void writeOut(OutputStream outthrows IOException {
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