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The Required Classes are the following twenty classes [ordered from the general to the specific, as in section 5]:

3.1
GENERAL [flatshort form in section 5.1].
3.2
ANY [flatshort form in section 5.2].
3.3
COMPARABLE [flatshort form in section 5.3].
3.4
HASHABLE [flatshort form in section 5.4].
3.5
NUMERIC [flatshort form in section 5.5].
3.6
BOOLEAN [flatshort form in section 5.6].
3.7
CHARACTER [flatshort form in section 5.7].
3.8
INTEGER [flatshort form in section 5.8].
3.9
REAL [flatshort form in section 5.9].
3.10
DOUBLE [flatshort form in section 5.10].
3.11
POINTER [flatshort form in section 5.10].
3.12
ARRAY [flatshort form in section 5.12].
3.13
STRING [flatshort form in section5.13).
3.14
STD_FILES [flatshort form in section 5.14].
3.15
FILE [flatshort form in section 5.15].
3.16
STORABLE [flatshort form in section 5.16].
3.17
MEMORY [flatshort form in section 5.17].
3.18
EXCEPTIONS [flatshort form in section 5.18].
3.19
ARGUMENTS [flatshort form in section 5.19].
3.20
PLATFORM [flatshort form in section 5.20].
3.21
BOOLEAN_REF [flatshort form in section 5.21].
3.22
CHARACTER_REF [flatshort form in section 5.22].
3.23
DOUBLE_REF [flatshort form in section 5.23].
3.24
INTEGER_REF [flatshort form in section 5.24].
3.25
POINTER_REF [flatshort form in section 5.25].
3.26
REAL_REF [flatshort form in section 5.26].

[The classes appear in this section and section and section 5 in the following order: universal classes; deferred classes for basic classes; basic classes; arrays and strings; operating system interface; auxiliary reference classes for the definition of basic classes.]


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