Item is the group term for objects and locations.
Any searchable text object, including individual CUBs, Federal Court decisions and Supreme Court decisions.
Every built-in and user-defined entity in the G2 class hierarchy. Strictly speaking, items are entities that inherit directly from the ITEM class, which is the highest class in the G2 class hierarchy. For example, class definitions, methods, procedures, rules, and workspaces are all considered items in G2. However, for consistency with object-oriented terminology, we often refer to items as objects. Contrast with object.
A generic description that encompasses files, learning objects, resources and URLs that can be added to a lesson.
a container which can hold an object relevant for the data type
an object that can be placed in an area, or carried in a container, whether the container be a creature, placeable object, or store
an object that can occur as a member of a sequence
a Python object that can be stored in the repository
a "Row" in database terminology
a single recordkeeping object
a special kind of object associated with the user, and which can be used with other objects to create an action
The general name for a selectable element, e.g. Objects, vertices or curves.
An object or quantity of material on which a set of observations can be made.