<data> A named value or relationship that exists for some or all
instances of some entity and is directly associated with that instance.
Examples include the href attribute of an HTML anchor element, the columns of a
database table considered as attributes of each row, and the members (properties
and methods of an object in OOP. This contrasts with the contents of some kind
of container (e.g. an array), which are typically not named. The contents of an
associative array, though they might be considered to be named by their key
values, are not normally thought of as attributes.
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