== Properties ==
 
== Properties ==
The "...and the container can hold" property of the object has both a number entry field and a drop-down list containing the five size ranges defined in the Object size value-list property. The number returned by this function will be the number in the entry field multiplied by the value corresponding to the size selected in the drop-down list. If [12][Small] is entered, then this indicates that the player is able to carry 12 small objects, or the equivalent volume in objects of other sizes.
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The "...and the container can hold" property of the object has both a number entry field and a drop-down list containing the five size ranges defined in the Object size value-list property. The number returned by this function will be the number in the entry field multiplied by the value corresponding to the size selected in the drop-down list.  
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If [2][Normal] is entered, then this indicates that the player is able to carry 2 normal objects, or the equivalent volume in objects of other sizes.
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The "...and the container can hold" property is defined to be of type "Integer - Object Size".  
 
The "...and the container can hold" property is defined to be of type "Integer - Object Size".  
    
== Examples ==
 
== Examples ==

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