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Specifying integers and real numbers

Specifying integers and real numbers: C Essential Training: 1 The Basics
Specifying integers and real numbers: C Essential Training: 1 The Basics

Integer values are written as is, though without commas in large values. Real numbers should specify the decimal portion. For very large or very small real numbers, e-notation is used: The coefficient is specified with a decimal, followed by the letter E, then the power of 10 to which the coefficient is raised. Hexadecimal values are prefixed with 0x (zero x) and octal values with 0 (a leading zero). Suffix characters can also be added to specify long (L), unsigned (U), and floating point (F) values.

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