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So 20.2.1.3.2 of the specification
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So 20.2.1.3.2 of the specification pg 378
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See also [[Tag Number]]
  
 
Constructed Tags are
 
Constructed Tags are
 
# Context Tags
 
# Context Tags
# The Construction starts with an 'Opening Tag', value 0xke, where k = the context tag number.
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# The Construction starts with an 'Opening Tag', value 0x'''k'''e, where '''k''' = the context tag number.
# The Construction ends with an 'Closing Tag', value 0xkf, where k = the context tag number.
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# The Construction ends with an 'Closing Tag', value 0x'''k'''f, where '''k''' = the context tag number.
 
# There can be zero, one or more entities within the Opening and Closing Tags.
 
# There can be zero, one or more entities within the Opening and Closing Tags.
# These enclosed entities can be further Constructed Tags
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# These enclosed entities can be  
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## Further Constructed Tags
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## [[Application Tags]]
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## Nothing..
  
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 02:36, 27 December 2011

So 20.2.1.3.2 of the specification pg 378

See also Tag Number

Constructed Tags are

  1. Context Tags
  2. The Construction starts with an 'Opening Tag', value 0xke, where k = the context tag number.
  3. The Construction ends with an 'Closing Tag', value 0xkf, where k = the context tag number.
  4. There can be zero, one or more entities within the Opening and Closing Tags.
  5. These enclosed entities can be
    1. Further Constructed Tags
    2. Application Tags
    3. Nothing..


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