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9.1.2. Numbers

Integers are represented as a sequence of digits. Floats use ‘.’ as a decimal separator. Either type of number may be preceded by ‘-’ or ‘+’ to indicate a negative or positive value, respectively

Examples of valid integers:

1221
0
-32

Examples of valid floating-point numbers:

294.42
-32032.6809e+10
148.00

An integer may be used in a floating-point context; it is interpreted as the equivalent floating-point number.


 
 
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