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3.2.2. Constructor Types Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
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3.2.2. Constructor Types

3.2.2. Constructor Types

The ASN.1 constructor type SEQUENCE is permitted, providing that it is used to generate either lists or tables.

For lists, the syntax takes the form:

      SEQUENCE { <type1>, ..., <typeN> }

where each <type> resolves to one of the ASN.1 primitive types listed above. Further, these ASN.1 types are always present (the DEFAULT and OPTIONAL clauses do not appear in the SEQUENCE definition).

For tables, the syntax takes the form:

      SEQUENCE OF <entry>

where <entry> resolves to a list constructor.

Lists and tables are sometimes referred to as aggregate types.

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