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Re: [ISSUE-94] Object representation

From: Christian de Sainte Marie <csma@ilog.fr>
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009 16:37:30 +0200
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Gary Hallmark wrote:
>> (b) Modify the Frame construct, so that the multiplicity of an 
>> attribute is indicated
>> explicitly, e.g. adding a "cardinality" attribute to the <slot> element;
>> [...]
> I have a proposal (f).
> I propose that we have some common syntax to denote cardinality 
> constraints on frame slots in Core (and thus also in BLD and PRD). BLD 
> and PRD will give this syntax a semantics (using the above rules) but 
> Core will formally treat the cardinality constraints as comments.

I did not read the thread yet, only had a quick look; but your proposal (f) seems very similar to (b): is the difference that the modification of the frame construct to denote multiplicity would extend to Core and BLD (and not be limited to PRD, as (b) implied)?


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