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| align="center" | [[_UNSIGNED]] [[_INTEGER64]] || align="center" | ~&& || align="right" |                          0 || align="right" | 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 || align="center" | 64
 
| align="center" | [[_UNSIGNED]] [[_INTEGER64]] || align="center" | ~&& || align="right" |                          0 || align="right" | 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 || align="center" | 64
 
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| align="center" | [[SINGLE]]                  || align="center" | !  || align="right" |              ±2.802597E-45 || align="right" |              ±3.402823E+38 || align="center" | 32
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| align="center" | [[SINGLE]]                  || align="center" | ! or none   || align="right" |              ±2.802597E-45 || align="right" |              ±3.402823E+38 || align="center" | 32
 
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| align="center" | [[DOUBLE]]                  || align="center" | #  || align="right" |    ±4.490656458412465E-324 || align="right" |    ±1.797693134862310E+308 || align="center" | 64
 
| align="center" | [[DOUBLE]]                  || align="center" | #  || align="right" |    ±4.490656458412465E-324 || align="right" |    ±1.797693134862310E+308 || align="center" | 64
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:''Note: For the floating-point numeric types [[SINGLE]], [[DOUBLE]] and [[_FLOAT]], the minimum values represent the smallest values closest to zero, while the maximum values represent the largest values closest to ±infinity.''
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:''Note: For the floating-point numeric types [[SINGLE]] (default when not assigned), [[DOUBLE]] and [[_FLOAT]], the minimum values represent the smallest values closest to zero, while the maximum values represent the largest values closest to ±infinity.''
  
  

Revision as of 17:27, 24 July 2012

Numeric types
 Type Name Type suffix symbol Minimum value Maximum value Size (in bits)
_BIT ` -1 0 1
_BIT * n `n -128 127 n
_UNSIGNED _BIT ~` 0 1 1
_BYTE %% -128 127 8
_UNSIGNED _BYTE ~%% 0 255 8
INTEGER % -32,768 32,767 16
_UNSIGNED INTEGER ~% 0 65,535 16
LONG & -2,147,483,648 2,147,483,647 32
_UNSIGNED LONG ~& 0 4,294,967,395 32
_INTEGER64 && -9,223,372,036,854,775,808 9,223,372,036,854,775,807 64
_UNSIGNED _INTEGER64 ~&& 0 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 64
SINGLE ! or none ±2.802597E-45 ±3.402823E+38 32
DOUBLE # ±4.490656458412465E-324 ±1.797693134862310E+308 64
_FLOAT ## ±1.18E−4932 ±1.18E+4932 256(80 used)
_OFFSET %& -9,223,372,036,854,775,808 9,223,372,036,854,775,807 Use LEN
_UNSIGNED _OFFSET ~%& 0 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 Use LEN
_MEM none combined memory variable type N/A Use LEN
 
Note: For the floating-point numeric types SINGLE (default when not assigned), DOUBLE and _FLOAT, the minimum values represent the smallest values closest to zero, while the maximum values represent the largest values closest to ±infinity.


String type
      Type Name       Type suffix symbol Minimum length Maximum length Size (in bytes)
STRING $            0               2,147,483,647 Use LEN
STRING * n $n         1       2,147,483,647 n


Note: For the fixed-length string type STRING * n, where n is an integer length value from 1 (one) to 2,147,483,647.