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Chapter 6 - Grouping Symbols

Verbose Brief Super-Brief
Grouping Symbols
Absolute Value
Begin Start Absolute Value Start Absolute Value Absolute Value
End End Absolute Value End Absolute Value End Absolute Value
Sets
Begin Start Set Start Set Set
End End Set End Set End Set
Rule 6.2 - ID: group_ABS1
Applies To
Absolute Values
Description
Absolute values use the beginning and ending absolute value indicators.
Example 2group_ABS1-10
Example as described below.
verbose
StartAbsoluteValue a StartAbsoluteValue plus-or-minus b EndAbsoluteValue minus 15 EndAbsoluteValue not-equals StartAbsoluteValue a EndAbsoluteValue plus-or-minus b StartAbsoluteValue minus 15 EndAbsoluteValue
brief
StartAbsoluteValue a StartAbsoluteValue plus-or-minus b EndAbsoluteValue minus 15 EndAbsoluteValue not-equals StartAbsoluteValue a EndAbsoluteValue plus-or-minus b StartAbsoluteValue minus 15 EndAbsoluteValue
superbrief
AbsoluteValue a AbsoluteValue plus-or-minus b EndAbsoluteValue minus 15 EndAbsoluteValue not-equals AbsoluteValue a EndAbsoluteValue plus-or-minus b AbsoluteValue minus 15 EndAbsoluteValue
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