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A value is defined by completing the following template.

Value

The value literal.

Purpose

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

Conformance

The calendar properties and/or parameters that can take this value need to be specified.

Example(s)

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

The following is a fictitious example of a registration of an iCalendar value:

Value

TOP-SECRET

Purpose

This value is used to specify the access classification of top-secret calendar components.

Conformance

This value can be used with the "CLASS" property.

Example(s)

The following is an example of this value used with the "CLASS" property:

  CLASS:TOP-SECRET

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