* For numerics, the Java format is used. e.g. Integer.parseInt() or Double,parseDouble() calls. * Boolean maps to the strings "true" and "false". * Dates convert in and out of a date format of the form dd-MMM-yyyy. (e.g. 10-Oct-1970) * Lists of strings are mapped to simple strings of the form ''[a, b, c]''. Note the brackets and spaces. This is the standard ''toString'' format for Java Lists. * Arrays of Booleans, Integers, Strings, and Doubles map to the form ''[x, y, z]''. * !see CustomTypes
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