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A property is the definition of an individual attribute describing a calendar object or a calendar component. A property takes the form defined by the "contentline" notation defined in Section 3.1.

The following is an example of a property:

 DTSTART:19960415T133000Z

This memo imposes no ordering of properties within an iCalendar object.

Property names, parameter names, and enumerated parameter values are case-insensitive. For example, the property name "DUE" is the same as "due" and "Due", DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:19980714T120000 is the same as DtStart;TzID=America/New_York:19980714T120000.

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