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6.2.4 Similar Node of InstanceDeclaration ToC Previous Next

A similar Node of an InstanceDeclaration is a Node that has the same BrowseName and NodeClass as the InstanceDeclaration and in cases of Variables and Objects the same TypeDefinitionNode or a subtype of it. In the case of a Method a similar Node of an InstanceDeclaration is a Node that also has the same arguments of the InstanceDeclaration, however it may append additional optional arguments and it may specialize the DataType of arguments defined with an abstract DataType to a subtype of the abstract DataType.

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