There are types in UNOIDL which are reserved for future use. The idlc will refuse to compile the specifications if they are tried.
array is reserved, but it cannot be used in UNOIDL. There will be sets containing a fixed number of elements, as opposed to sequences, that can have an arbitrary number of elements.
There is also a reserved keyword for
union types that cannot be used in UNOIDL. A union will look at a variable value from more than one perspective. For instance, a union for a long value is defined and this same value is accessed as a whole, or accessed by its high and low part separately through a union.
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