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Enumerations

Enumerations in Structured Storage are data types that consist of a sequence of named values in a given order. An enumerated data type allows a member of a class of objects to be described in natural language. Enumerations are most useful in the context where all possible values of a variable are known and the expression of that variable in the programming language can therefore be expressed in natural-language words.

The Structured Storage enumerations are described in the following sections.

 

 

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