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3. XDR DATA TYPES

3. XDR DATA TYPES

Each of the sections that follow describes a data type defined in the XDR standard, shows how it is declared in the language, and includes a graphic illustration of its encoding.

For each data type in the language we show a general paradigm declaration. Note that angle brackets (< and >) denote variablelength sequences of data and square brackets ([ and ]) denote fixed-length sequences of data. "n", "m" and "r" denote integers. For the full language specification and more formal definitions of terms such as "identifier" and "declaration", refer to section 5: "The XDR Language Specification".

For some data types, more specific examples are included. A more extensive example of a data description is in section 6: "An Example of an XDR Data Description".


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