UFL functions are much like any other function you might create in C. They can accept values that are passed as parameters, and they return a value that is printed on the report. Once you have determined how a UFL function will perform a task, you will know exactly what kind of data it will require to complete that operation. The following table shows the data types that a UFL function can accept as a parameter, along with a description of what the parameter will look like in C.
|Parameter Type (alphabetical)||C Data Type|
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