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7.3.31 LiteralUnlimitedNatural


   A literal unlimited natural is a specification of an unlimited natural number.



    LiteralSpecification (from Kernel ) on page 93


   A literal unlimited natural contains an UnlimitedNatural-valued attribute.


Issue 9191 - add default value

   • value: UnlimitedNatural The specified UnlimitedNatural value. Default value is 0.


   No additional associations


   No additional constraints

*Additional Operations

   [1] The query isComputable() is redefined to be true. LiteralUnlimitedNatural ::isComputable(): Boolean; isComputable = true

   [2] The query unlimitedValue() gives the value. LiteralUnlimitedNatural ::unlimitedValue() : [UnlimitedNatural]; unlimitedValue = value


   A LiteralUnlimitedNatural specifies a constant UnlimitedNatural value.


   A LiteralUnlimitedNatural is shown either as a sequence of digits or as an asterisk (*), where an asterisk denotes unlimited (and not infinity).