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7.3.30 LiteralString


   A literal string is a specification of a string value.



    LiteralSpecification (from Kernel ) on page 93.


   A literal string contains a String-valued attribute.


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   • value: String [0..1] The specified String value


   No additional associations


   No additional constraints

*Additional Operations

   [1] The query isComputable() is redefined to be true.

   LiteralString ::isComputable(): Boolean;

   isComputable = true

   [2] The query stringValue() gives the value.

   LiteralString ::stringValue() : [String];

   stringValue = value


   A LiteralString specifies a constant String value.


   A LiteralString is shown as a sequence of characters within double quotes. The character set used is unspecified.