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The Somusar/SoProTech[tm] Booklet Series
Volume V

"somusar/Sisendel: Reference Guide"

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1. Introduction
2. Entity Files
3. Comment Lines
4. Section CORE
5. Entity Identifier
6. Field List
6.1 Purpose
6.2 Usage
6.3 Description
7. Basic Types
8. User Types
9. Section DEFS
10. Section DB
11. Section LOGIC
12. Section UI
13. Section ADJUST
14. Further Reading

Chapter 6 - Field List

6.1 - Purpose        top

List all data and function fields of a Software Entity.

6.2 - Usage        top

A <field-list> is a sequence of one or more field descriptors structured as follows:

A <field-definition> is a logical line structured as follows:
   <type> <field-identifier><optional-cardinality> <label>

6.3 - Description        top

The field list of a Software Entity summarizes all data and function fields that concur to build the layer-specific facets of the entity.

A <type> declaration can be either a <basic-type> declaration or a <user-type> declaration, as described in the following chapters.

The <field-identifier> and <label>, as well as the <field-comment>, obey the same rules and serve the same purpose described earlier in this guide for entity <identifier>'s, labels and comments respectively.

The <optional-cardinality>, if present, specifies that the field is an array of items, each of type <type>, whose size in terms of number of items is defined as follows:

where <size-specifier> must be one of the following:
  1. A positive integer decimal number, specifying the number of items in the array;

  2. The word dyn, specifying that the array size is dynamic.

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