Dictionary initializers

Dictionaries can be initialized in their definition.

To initialize an dictionary variable in its definition, use the equal sign followed by a dictionary initializer.

A dictionary initializer is specified with parenthesis, with "key":"value" elements separated by a comma:
DEFINE dict1 DICTIONARY OF STRING = ("key1": "value1",
                                     "key2": "value2")
DEFINE dict2 DICTIONARY OF RECORD
        f1 INT,
        f2 STRING
    END RECORD = ("key1":(f1: 101, f2: "xx"),
                  "key2":(f1: 102, f2: "yy"))

For more details, see Variable initializers.