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Subject: DKS20 - Lang Spec CSPRD01 comment - unmatched bracket cardinality notation in JADN
JADN uses what I consider a weird notation of unmatched bracket to denote cardinality.
Properties tables use notation â0..nâ which is explained in section 3.1.3.
One example of the wierd JADN notation is
Pg 38 line 36ish in section A.2:
[2, "types", "Type", ["]0"], ""]]
Where is the explanation of this notation? Ie what does â]0â mean? At a minimum it should be explained.
I propose it be replaced with the notation used in the property tables
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