A variable type which uses 4 byes of memory and accommodates integers in the domain [-2,147,483,648 , 2,147,483,647]. One byte uses 8 bits of memory. 2^31 = 2,147,483,648
Primitive data type used to store 64-bit signed integer values.
an integer number with no decimal point
a type of integer variable that can represent a whole number
a primitive, signed-integer type 64 bits wide.
The Java primitive representing a signed 64 bit integer.
The Java Object representing a long primitive.
A Java keyword used to define a variable of type long.
A signed, extended-precision integer; at least 18 digits are guaranteed. Derived from the integer datatype.
A data type that is twice the size of an integer and can represent whole numbers, i.e. it cannot hold a fractional part, for example 78042. As a 32bit number, it can have a range 0 to 4294967295, or -2147483648 to +2147483647 if the most significant bit represents the sign. See also Data Types and Single.
A primitive Java data type that's a 64-bit two's-complement signed number (in all implementations).
A numerical data type. Long (long integer) values are 32-bit (4-byte) numbers within the range of -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647. Long values use the prefix lng and the type-declaration character & (the ampersand).
(1.) In ODM, a terminal descriptor type used to define a variable as a signed 4-byte number. See also terminal descriptor. (2.) A signed 4-byte number.