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Appendix 11 FX Series Programming Notes.
Several Program Scenarios The programs specified in Appendix 11 are programmed using hierarchical program commands and procedures. The format used in these scenarios depends on the type of isometric object being considered, but can be anything you wish. In the case of isometric objects that do not have columns or lines, horizontal and vertical vector fields are used, as well as vector objects containing two single-point vector lines. To describe these fields, words such as â€œvectorsâ€, â€œlinesâ€, â€œcolorâ€ and â€œballâ€ are used. These fields are also used to describe the semantic (genus, class, type) and geometric (essence, size, orientation) parameters of an object. These parameters can be described using semantic and geometric polar or rectangular objects, with polar objects being described using polar objects or volumes.
In the case of two-dimensional objects, vectors, linear fields, straight and convex objects are used.
Requirements for the source code of the program
The result of converting the file to the specified format must meet the following requirements:
the language must be interpreted as XML;
all problems with serial and parallel access must be eliminated (see restrictions on parallelism);
variables must be identified;
there should be no problems with space;
speed requirements must be met;
the data format for the so-called standardized tests should be no worse than SGML.
Following are some of the requirements that these text files must meet. To be understood, first of all, it must be clearly understood that these files describe only one object, and not many objects with the same or similar semantic, geometric or spatial parameters. These files must be provided in the command with an XML modifier, namely xmldir, which can be used when you want to replace or use the original file in only one instance.
Expressions describing objects and their parameters must be strictly correct. This must be supported by the fact that the expression of an XML string or an XML object must match the semantic, geometric, or spatial description of that object.
Additions to the program
Additional programming tools for isometric surface
Special requirements for program control procedures
Implementing feature management
Preview of events triggered by orientation transitions