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Otherwise the variables denote udf. (10) A "prop-phrase", which starts with the keyword "Prop" contains one or more predicates. The interpretation of these predicates is that the language is, and its implementation must be, such that these predicates are satisfied. (11) A "case-construct", Case C I :S I, Case C2:$2, . o Case C :S n n has the format : 0-8 22 often enclosed in parentheses. 's have the same range. ~s are predicates having the same 1 1 domain and such that exactly one of them is true for any tuple in that domain.
The interpretation of these predicates is that the language is, and its implementation must be, such that these predicates are satisfied. (11) A "case-construct", Case C I :S I, Case C2:$2, . o Case C :S n n has the format : 0-8 22 often enclosed in parentheses. 's have the same range. ~s are predicates having the same 1 1 domain and such that exactly one of them is true for any tuple in that domain. In the last alternative of the case-construct, "Case C " is often written n "Case else", and "Case else : unused" or "Case else : true" are omitted.
7) - The class of a value restricts its use, especially according to its novelty when the class is vc[ass. - The regionality of a value restricts its use outside some "critical region". - The staticity of a value specifies whether or not some properties of (composite) values are known at compile time. - The base mode of a value is specific to some basic properties of the value. (8) In general, the same value when delivered by different program phrases may be given different premodes and even different base modes.