Base class (also contains documentation)
A: An integer is a 32-bit signed number.
You can include a plus or minus at the beginning of a string of numeric characters.
Leading zeros are collapsed.
Whitespace is not permitted.
Just numeric characters preceeded by a plus or minus.
A: There is no representation for infinity or negative infinity or not a number.
At this time, only decimal point notation is allowed, a plus or a minus,
followed by any number of numeric characters,
followed by a period and any number of numeric characters.
Whitespace is not allowed.
The range of allowable values is implementation-dependent, is not specified.
+0 => 0
-0 => 0
+1234567 => 1234567
0777 => 777
0000000000000 => 0
0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 => 0
# not int
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