A property list consists of the following elements:
- A count of the properties in the list, represented by a CLUSPROP_LIST structure.
- One value list for each property.
- Each property value list, in turn, consists of the following entries:
- A property name represented by a CLUSPROP_PROPERTY_NAME structure.
- A property value, represented by a data structure appropriate to the type of data being stored. The property value can consist of multiple data values, such as an array or a structure.
- Additional property values, if necessary. Each property value is represented by a data structure and can consist of multiple data values.
- A CLUSPROP_SYNTAX union set to CLUSPROP_SYNTAX_ENDMARK.
Typically, the value list for a property contains only one property value. It is possible, however, to have a multi-valued property. When writing code to parse property lists, don't assume there will be only one property value.
The following diagram illustrates the layout of a property list.
For information on creating and parsing property lists, see Using Property Lists.
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