Input card types

When an argument is an object name, the type for the corresponding input card is known.

When an argument is a function that returns an input object, the type for the corresponding input card is known. It is the type of that input object returned from the argument. However, when an argument is a literal, or an expression whose output does not correspond to an input object name, an icon appears next to that undefined card. You must edit the input card and select the type.

For example, an argument is COUNT (Set:Input) (which returns a number) and the card is undefined. To define the card, you must choose the type that the card represents.

For information on choosing a type within the Functional Map Wizard dialog box, see "When an Argument Returns an Object of a Known Type".