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      Hasnain jaffery

      I would like to know that how can I identify which one is an amendment 10-K return. I am looking at an example of Apple returned initial file (report number 0001193125-09-214859) filed for 2009. later in early 2010 an amendment was filed (File number 0001193125-10-012091). How can I differentiate that this an amendment file for 2009.
      I wish I can show it via snapshot, but unable to find a way to identify that which one is 10-K/A file in XBRL.US database Plerase help me to identify 10-K/A file

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      David Tauriello

      Hi Hasnain – use the restatement_index field in your query to know when restated facts exist.

      This XBRL API fact query shows the details for the two reports in your post (10-K and 10-K/A). I am using Apple CIK along with period details to filter, then sorting by the restated-index.


      Any fact appearing in a restated report will show report.restated as TRUE; the report.restated-index is an integer reflecting the number of times the report has been restated since the original filing (1).

      Let me know if you still have questions about restatements in the Public Filings Database.

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