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Oscar Protocol Specification: Family 0x000f, Subtype 0x0005
This is sent to you after you request it with a family 0x000f, subtype 0x0004 SNAC.
|2 bytes||Family (0x000f)|
|2 bytes||Subtype (0x0005)|
|4 bytes||Snac Request ID|
|2 bytes||Number of interests to follow|
|A series of interests, each with the following format
|1 byte||Parent or child interest. This is 0x01 if this is a parent (a group of interests), or 0x02 if this is a child (an interest).|
|1 byte||If this is a parent, then this is the ID of the group of interests. If it is a child, then this is the ID of the parent. If the ID is 0, then the interest is not in a group, it's just by itself.|
|2 bytes||Length L of the following|
|L bytes||The name of the interest or interest group (ex. "Cars," "Books and Writing," "Careers").|
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