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Make Any Deck Ledger Secure

Following code ensures a safe, strong ledger connection—but what do you do when the conditions don’t meet the code’s criteria?
 

Code updates have made standard ledger attachments safer than ever, but you still need to judge when they can be used.

Make Any Deck Ledger Secure
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