Function call syntaxAdded by IBM on August 8, 2013 | Version 1 (Original)
|Function calls run code that may be external to the XFDL form definition.
A set of predefined functions (called system functions) for doing standard mathematical operations, string manipulations, and so on, is given in Function calls. The LibName allows functions to be grouped into separate namespaces, but the predefined system functions do not require a LibName. The names of the system functions are considered reserved words and should not be used as function names in other function libraries.
Table 1. System
FunctionCall := (LibName '.')? FunctionName '(' (Compute (','