Every attribute is defined by its corresponding set of values, called Attributes - Designing the System
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Q. Every attribute is defined by its corresponding set of values, called Attributes.
- Published on 24 Jul 15
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-Posted on 15 Oct 15
- The above statement is false.
- Attribute is defined as a specification which defines a property of an object, element, or file.
- It can also be referred to set a specific value for a given instance.
- Attributes should more correctly be considered metadata.
- An attribute is frequently and generally a property of a property.
- However, in actual usage, the term attribute can and is often treated as equivalent to a property depending on the technology being discussed.
- An attribute of an object usually consists of a name and a value; of an element, a type or class name; of a file, a name and extension.
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