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Why was the SLM order with trigger price outside circuit limits not rejected?

SL-M (Stop-Loss Market) orders with triggers set outside the circuit limits are not considered active orders in the exchange's order book. This means that if an SL-M order is placed with a trigger price beyond the circuit limits, it will not be rejected or cancelled. Instead, it will appear as an open order in the order book without being executed.