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!default_program_version NO (system-internal) This Tag can be used to specify which version of a Program should be used. It's mostly intended for debugging, since you can use it to specify if the most recent release version or the most recent development version should be used. Set the comment of this Tag to one of the following values: <program_name>#<version> - use a specific version of the Program. <program_name>#release - use the latest release version <program_name>#dev - use the latest version, including development versions.
descriptor NO floriandietz@elody.com General-purpose tag to apply a short description to an object in the comment. Intended to help identify objects.
handled NO floriandietz@elody.com General-purpose tag to mark a Tag as 'handled'. What exactly this means depends on the context and should be described by the targeted Tag.
program_was_used_for_this_already NO floriandietz@elody.com This Tag is used to indicate that a Program has already been used for a specific purpose. Details vary by usage.
please_stop_helping NO floriandietz@elody.com This Symbol is used to facilitate cooperation between contributors. It indicates to a Rule or Program that it should skip a certain feature. This is useful e.g. if your program does several things, and one of those is being done better by other programs. This way you can indicate to the program that its help in that area is not required, but you can still benefit from its other features.
info_table_column_count NO floriandietz@elody.com The weight of this Tag describes the number of columns of a table. Arguments of this Tag: 0 : Some object that represents a table, e.g. a file or a [[symbol:modifiable_file]].
rejected NO floriandietz@elody.com General-purpose tag to mark a Tag as 'rejected'. What exactly this means depends on the context and should be described by the targeted Tag.
accepted NO floriandietz@elody.com General-purpose tag to mark a Tag as 'accepted'. What exactly this means depends on the context and should be described by the targeted Tag.
confirmed NO floriandietz@elody.com General-purpose tag to mark a Tag as 'confirmed'. What exactly this means depends on the context and should be described by the targeted Tag.
info_column_nulls_count NO floriandietz@elody.com The weight of this Tag counts the number of null values of a column. This counts only values that are actually missing, i.e. null/None/NaN. It does not count values that are intended as placeholders, such as an empty string. Such placeholders should be converted into null values when necessary. Arguments of this Tag: 0 : A [[symbol:column]] Tag.