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TMS320F2812: CAN local acceptance mask

Part Number: TMS320F2812

I'd like a clarification about the local CAN acceptance mask described in spru074f:

"You can locally mask any identifier bits of the incoming message. A 1 value means "don't care" or accept either a 0 or 1 for that bit position. A 0 value means that the incoming bit value must match identically to the corresponding bit in the message identifier."

For instance, If I want to setup a mailbox #1 for receiving messages with ids 0x00000101, 0x00000102 and 0x00000103 and another mailbox #2 for receiving messages with ids 0x00000201, 0x00000202 and 0x00000203,  would the identifiers and masks equal be like bellow?

mailbox #1: identifier = 0x00000100 and masks= 0x00000011

mailbox #2: identifier = 0x00000200 and masks= 0x00000011