Companion Attributes

n.

Pronunciation

/kəmˈpænjən ˈætrəˌbjuts/

Definition

A group of two or more attributes which describe similar or complementary characteristics.

Companion attributes provide data on related features. These attributes should be named using similar syntax and modifiers to highlight the relationship. When possible, companion attributes should be sequenced consecutively. Examples include Inner Diameter and Outer Diameter and Length, Width, and Height.

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