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In C++, a typedef (type definition) is used to define a new data type name. Typedefs are declared using the typedef keyword. A typedef declaration does not create a new data type; it simply creates a new name for some existing type. Typedefs are useful for making programs more portable and more readable. Refer to the 3D ACIS Online Help User's Guide for a description of the fields in the reference template.