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b type-information ; bytes
This use of the `b' type descriptor can be distinguished from its use for builtin integral types (see section 5.1.2 Defining Builtin Types Using Builtin Type Descriptors) because the character following the type descriptor is always a digit, `(', or `-'.
M type-information ; length
character*3is represented by `M-2;3', where `-2' is a reference to a character type (see section 5.1.3 Negative Type Numbers). I'm not sure how this differs from an array. This appears to be a Fortran feature. length is a bound, like those in range types; see 5.4 Subrange Types.
In CHILL, if it is a bitstring instead of a set, also use the `S' type attribute (see section 1.3 The String Field).
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