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data type

That which defines the structural format of data in an attribute and influences the allowable values an attribute may assume.
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There are two main types of properties, i.e., object properties and datatype properties.
The elements Title, Language, Description, and Aggregation Level of the General category of the EMP, are expressed via the datatype properties "title," "language," "description" and "aggregation level" respectively.
Both the signals viz., any one part of the splitted video and watermark information are converted to single data type using Datatype conversion block.
OWL uses most of the built-in XML Schema datatypes. References to these datatypes are by means of the URI reference for the datatype, http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema.
Normally with SQL injection, the attacker will not know the database structure beforehand -- the names of the tables and columns and datatypes. All that must be sussed out through multiple guesses.
The datatype mapping level tries to map datatypes with equal domains but different syntax whereas the value mapping level tries to map datatypes with different domains but equal semantics.
The second edition include updates on datatypes, program flow logic, manipulating databases with SQL and more.
FIELDPROC can only be specified on short string COLUMNs, and cannot be specified on ROWID or LOB columns but columns with those datatypes are allowed in TABLE.
Tables are compound datastructures that may contain any of the regular datatypes.
Chapter 3 gives more depth to the basic schema, introducing a completely different style called "Russian doll design." Chapter 4 explores how some of the predefined simple datatypes can be bound to the contents of XML documents.
It provides an inventory of XML markup constructs, which can constrain and document the meaning, usage, and relationships of the constituents of a class of XML documents: datatypes, elements and their content, attributes and their values, entities and their contents, and notations.
Under NAICS, the CES program will continue to produce data for all datatypes that were provided under the SIC.