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If you don t specify explicit values, the first item in your list is effectively the default value for the enum (because it corresponds to the zero value). If you provide explicit values, be sure to define a value that corresponds to zero if you don t, fields using your type will default to a value that s not a valid member of the enum, which is not desirable.
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A table per subclass Each class will have its own table. Each table will have only the properties that are defined in that particular class. These tables will not have properties of any superclass or subclass. In this chapter, we use these three strategies to map the Employee class hierarchy defined in Figure 12-1.
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