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A property is defined by completing the following template.

Property name: The name of the property.


The purpose of the property. Give a short but clear description.

Value type: Any of the valid value types for the property value need to be specified. The default value type also needs to be specified.

Property parameters: Any of the valid property parameters for the property MUST be specified.


The calendar components in which the property can appear MUST be specified.


Any special notes about the property, how it is to be used, etc.

Format definition: The ABNF for the property definition needs to be specified.


One or more examples of instances of the property need to be specified.

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