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ADHOC Datatypes
Aug 15th, 2014

data storage types

ADHOC uses 8 datatypes to classify values. The types are:

  • Boolean – a simple true/false value.
  • Integer – a numerical value without a decimal. Depending on the target language, may have an upper and lower bound.
  • Float – a numerical value with a decimal. Depending on the target language, may have an upper and lower bound, and a degree of precision. [Read More]
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