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Unnamed structure

An identifier list may contain unnamed variates, scalars, texts, pointers, expressions, or formulae. An unnamed structure consists of an exclamation mark, followed by the type code, and then the values contained in round brackets. The type code is E for expression, F for formula, P for pointer, S for scalar, T for text, or V for variate. If no code is given, variate is assumed by default.

Updated on February 25, 2019

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