TLOs are called Top-Level Objects because nothing comes before them. A TLO is not a member of any object, it is itself an object. However, the TLO has access to all members and properties of its data type, and any inherited members of its datatype.
Document a TLO
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Pages in category "Top-Level Objects"
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