Function-identifier A function-identifier references the unique data item that results from the evaluation of a function.
Reference Modification Reference modification defines a unique data item by specifying an identifier, a leftmost position and a length.
Identifier An identifier is a sequence of character-strings and separators used to reference data uniquely.
Condition-name Each condition-name must be unique, or be made unique through qualification and/or indexing, or subscripting. If qualification
is used to make a condition-name unique, the associated conditional variable can be used as the first qualifier. The hierarchy
of names associated with the conditional variable or the conditional variable itself must be used to make the condition-name
Object property Object properties provide a special syntax to get information out of and pass information back into an object. The mechanisms
for accessing object properties are get property methods and set property methods. A get property method is a method explicitly
defined with the GET PROPERTY phrase or a method implicitly generated for a data item described with the PROPERTY clause;
a set property method is a method explicitly defined with the SET PROPERTY phrase or a method implicitly generated for a data
item described with the PROPERTY clause.
Inline method invocation Inline method invocation references a temporary data item returned from invocation of a method.
Object-view An object-view causes an object reference to be treated as though it had the specified description. A runtime conformance
check for this description will be done on the object.
Data-address-identifier A data-address-identifer references the unique data item that contains the address of a data item.
Type of identifier The TYPE OF identifier obtains the System.Type object for a class, interface, delegate or enumeration.