A scanning code consists of a \(7\) times \(7\) grid of squares, with some of its squares colored black and the rest

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A scanning code consists of a \(7\) times \(7\) grid of squares, with some of its squares colored black and the rest colored white. There must be at least one square of each color in this grid of \(49\) squares. A scanning code is called symmetric if its look does not change when the entire square is rotated by a multiple of \(90\) deg counterclockwise around its center, nor when it is reflected across a line joining opposite corners or a line joining midpoints of opposite sides. What is the total number of possible symmetric scanning codes?

A. \(510\)
B. \(1022\)
C. \(8190\)
D. \(8192\)
E. \(65534\)

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