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MSFS Reading airways

After some efforts I finally succeeded in reading airways using the FacilityLoader.
In order to test it, I used a waypoint I know because it is part of my flight plan. It is DANKS, near Oklahoma City. This waypoint is both on J8 and J152 airways.
The problem I have is that I am not sure I get all the waypoints of each airway. For example, when I list all the waypoints of the J152 airway, I get: DRAWL, LBL, ROLLS, DANKS, CRUSR, MRMAC and ADM (7 waypoints).
But when I look at Little NavMap, I see much more:


You see the list on the image, 38 waypoints, including the 7 that MSFS gave me.
Should I understand Little Nav Map has more information or did I do something wrong when using the facility loader?

Any help is greatly welcome,
Thank you.