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Numeric Constants
The term numeric constant
collectively refers to decimal constants, octal constants, binary
constants and hex constants.
A sequence of digits is a decimal constant, unless it begins with
the digit 0. If it begins with a 0, it is an octal constant
(base 8). The characters 0x followed by a hexadecimal number are also
recognized (the digits 09 and the letters af or the letters AF
form hexadecimal numbers). These are the hex constants. The
characters 0b followed by a binary number form a binary
constant. A binary number contains only the
digits 0 and 1. Constants may contain _ characters for
readability, as in 1_000_000 ; these are ignored.
All numeric constants in EEL are of type int.
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