What is a Process?

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Even though the word "process" implies one or more actions, the system defines Process as an object. The Process object has 3 properties: Inputs, Outputs, and Validation. When referenced in IL for the first time, a Process object is instantiated and is executed. Subsequent references return the Process’s instance without execution which provides access to its properties.

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