The EDGE card is equivalent to the HOLE card, but you don't have to
look up the appropriate integer index. Simply use the hole label:
K means -shell, L1 means , and so on.
NO means no hole, but FEFF will not accept it and one must use the
NOHOLE card instead. Calculations with very shallow
edges, e.g. -shells and higher, are not well tested; please complain
to the authors if you encounter problems. As with the HOLE card, you may
also use the integer index instead of the label. All comments for the HOLE
card are valid for the EDGE card--see the description below. If the
entry for the amplitude reduction factor is less than 0.1,
will be estimated from atomic overlap integrals.
* L1-shell core hole, S02 = 1
EDGE L1 1.0