Abstract class representing the name of a type. It's class-name (used for any type of code generation) is "schema_typename".
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This object contains members which hold data for the object. Following is a list of those members. The declaration of the member closely follows the UML conventions.
attributes : Typed object vector of attribute
Attributes for this typename, usually used when it's a member. See "attribute.docbook" for a list of all possible attributes.
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Test if this typename is a composite one.
Any other method of any other object can call this method. This is called 'public' access.
The data-type returned is "booltype"; True if this typename is composite.
This method takes no arguments.
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