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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unwrap.

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  • The default is "" for strings and 0 for numbers. \% ClassName\%_destroy (ClassObject) - destroys the object and frees the associated memory. \% ClassName\%_getValue (ClassObject) - "unwraps" the value and returns it \% ClassName\%_setValue (ClassObject, value) - "wraps" the specified value into the specified ClassObject.

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  • The default is "" for strings and 0 for numbers. \% ClassName\%_destroy (ClassObject) - destroys the object and frees the associated memory. \% ClassName\%_getValue (ClassObject) - "unwraps" the value and returns it \% ClassName\%_setValue (ClassObject, value) - "wraps" the specified value into the specified ClassObject.

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  • The default is "" for strings and 0 for numbers. \% ClassName\%_destroy (ClassObject) - destroys the object and frees the associated memory. \% ClassName\%_getValue (ClassObject) - "unwraps" the value and returns it \% ClassName\%_setValue (ClassObject, value) - "wraps" the specified value into the specified ClassObject.

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  • The default is "" for strings and 0 for numbers. \% ClassName\%_destroy (ClassObject) - destroys the object and frees the associated memory. \% ClassName\%_getValue (ClassObject) - "unwraps" the value and returns it \% ClassName\%_setValue (ClassObject, value) - "wraps" the specified value into the specified ClassObject.

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  • The default is "" for strings and 0 for numbers. \% ClassName\%_destroy (ClassObject) - destroys the object and frees the associated memory. \% ClassName\%_getValue (ClassObject) - "unwraps" the value and returns it \% ClassName\%_setValue (ClassObject, value) - "wraps" the specified value into the specified ClassObject.

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  • The default is "" for strings and 0 for numbers. \% ClassName\%_destroy (ClassObject) - destroys the object and frees the associated memory. \% ClassName\%_getValue (ClassObject) - "unwraps" the value and returns it \% ClassName\%_setValue (ClassObject, value) - "wraps" the specified value into the specified ClassObject.

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  • The default is "" for strings and 0 for numbers. \% ClassName\%_destroy (ClassObject) - destroys the object and frees the associated memory. \% ClassName\%_getValue (ClassObject) - "unwraps" the value and returns it \% ClassName\%_setValue (ClassObject, value) - "wraps" the specified value into the specified ClassObject.

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  • The default is "" for strings and 0 for numbers. \% ClassName\%_destroy (ClassObject) - destroys the object and frees the associated memory. \% ClassName\%_getValue (ClassObject) - "unwraps" the value and returns it \% ClassName\%_setValue (ClassObject, value) - "wraps" the specified value into the specified ClassObject.

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  • The default is "" for strings and 0 for numbers. \% ClassName\%_destroy (ClassObject) - destroys the object and frees the associated memory. \% ClassName\%_getValue (ClassObject) - "unwraps" the value and returns it \% ClassName\%_setValue (ClassObject, value) - "wraps" the specified value into the specified ClassObject.

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