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## Order of move points

Another order applies to all Fib elements that can be moved. These are called move points. The orders of the move points is based on the order of the Fib elements. If in a complete Fib object move points (movebel Fib elements) exist, the numbers to are assigned to these movebel Fib elements. If to a movebel Fib element in the order of the Fib elements a higher value is assigned (as to another movebel Fib element ), so it () is assigned to a higher value in the order of the movebel Fib elements (than the other Fib element ).

Fib elements, which can be moved and represent move points, are all limb elements (they are containing exactly one subobject):

• property element (see section 9.3 on page )
• comment element (see section 9.5 on page )
• area element (see section 9.6 on page )
• functions (see section 9.7 on page )
• Fib elements, to retrive domain properties (see sectiont 9.11 on page )
• set-element (see section 9.12 on page )
• matrix element (see section 9.13 on page )

Fib elements, which can't be moved and don't represent move points, are:

• all leaf elements:
• points (see section 9.2 on page )
• Fib elements to call external subobjects (see section 9.10 on page )
• all branch elements:
• root-element (see section 9.14 on page )
• list element (see section 9.4 on page )
• the Fib element, to call external objects (see section 9.9 on page )
• conditions with the if-element (see section 9.8 on page )

In figure 5 an example object with the corresponding numbers (next to the elements) for the order of move points is shown.

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Betti Ã–sterholz 2013-02-13