11. The Nine Situations

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When it was to their advantage, they made a forward move; when otherwise, they stopped still.

Mei Yao-ch`en connects this with the foregoing: "Having succeeded in thus dislocating the enemy, they would push forward in order to secure any advantage to be gained; if there was no advantage to be gained, they would remain where they were."

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