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 ====== 2. Main Section: Building Height ====== ====== 2. Main Section: Building Height ======
 If the [INTERNAL] format is used, the header is followed by the main section defining the position and height of **buildings**.\\ If the [INTERNAL] format is used, the header is followed by the main section defining the position and height of **buildings**.\\
-[[Click here to see an example section]]\\ +[[Example Building Top|Click here to see an example section]]\\ 
-The format chosen in the first line of the file ([[Format-ID]]) is used here. Buildings are set into the area by assigning their height to the corresponding grid points ("​**20**"​ in the [[example]]).\\+The format chosen in the first line of the file ([[Format ID]]) is used here. Buildings are set into the area by assigning their height to the corresponding grid points ("​**20**"​ in the [[example building top|example]]).\\
 Only integer values are allowed as height information. Only integer values are allowed as height information.
  
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 Captured grids can cause problems in the model simulation.\\ Captured grids can cause problems in the model simulation.\\
 A "​captured grid" is a free grid cell that is surrounded by occupied grid cells only.\\ A "​captured grid" is a free grid cell that is surrounded by occupied grid cells only.\\
-[[Click here to see an example for captured grids]]+[[CAptured Grids|Click here to see an example for captured grids]]