Provide an identification block for a Software Entity,
including an identifier, a description label, and
an optional description comment.
An <entity-id> is defined as follows:
An <identifier> in Sisendel consists of a string of characters containing
lower-case letters, decimal digits, and underscores _.
The first character of an identifier must be a lower-case character.
A <label> in Sisendel is a string of characters enclosed between
double quotes ". Labels may contain any character, including
white spaces (blank and tab), except double quotes.
The optional <entity-comment> is a comment
possibly containing a textual description of the main
features of the Software Entity, such as purpose, function, etc.
Conversion of Sisendel lower-case
identifiers to upper-case or mixed-case identifiers,
traditionally considered more appropriate for most computer languages,
depends on the computer language of the software files that constitute
the target of the Somusar/Software Production Technique[tm]; therefore, such conversion is submitted
by Sisendel to the molding stage of the SoProTech[tm].
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