|Identity Format||The identity format for MapTags is a replica of property syntax - square brackets surrounded a semi-colon separated list of key=value pairs.
For example, a map of "taco" to "food", "chicken" to "animal", and "bob" to "person" would be "map@[taco=food;chicken=animal;bob=person]"
A map with zero items in it is simply 'map@'.
If the semicolon symbol ";" appears in a key or value, it will be replaced by "&sc", an equal sign "=" will become "&eq",
a left bracket "[" will become "&lb", a right bracket "]" will become "&rb", and an ampersand "&" will become "&".
This is a subset of Denizen standard escaping, see Escaping System.
|Description||A MapTag represents a mapping of keys to values.
Keys are plain text, case-insensitive.
Values can be anything, even lists or maps themselves.
Any given key can only appear in a map once (ie, no duplicate keys).
Values can be duplicated into multiple keys without issue.
Order of keys is preserved. Casing in keys is preserved in the object but ignored for map lookups.