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Compartmented Mode Workstation Labeling: Encodings Format     Oracle Solaris 10 8/11 Information Library
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1.  Introduction

2.  Structure and Syntax of Encodings File

3.  Classification Encodings

4.  Information Label Encodings

5.  Sensitivity Label, Clearance, Channels, and Printer Banner Encodings

6.  Accreditation Range and Name Information Label Encodings

7.  General Considerations for Specifying Encodings

8.  Enforcing Proper Label Adjudications

Normal Words

Inverse Words

Hierarchies of Words

Composite Words

Non-Hierarchical Composite Words

A Complex Example

A.  Encodings Specifications Error Messages

B.  Annotated Sample Encodings

C.  CMW Labeling Software C1.0 Release Notes, 6/8/93



Inverse Words

Example 8-2 shows the encoding of an inverse word that is not necessarily in a hierarchy. A single marking (or compartment) bit is necessary, and this bit must be specified as an initial marking (or compartment) bit, as described in Chapter 3, Classification Encodings. This example is the simplest and most common example of the association between a human-readable inverse word and the internal format. Inverse words can also have multiple associated bits, and may be in hierarchies with other words.

Example 8-2 Inverse Words

name= word2;   markings= ~1;

Appendix B, Annotated Sample Encodings contains examples of inverse information label words: bravo4, charlie, REL CNTRY1, REL CNTRY2, REL CNTRY3.