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Revision as of 08:50, 9 November 2014 by DoesItReallyMatter (Create page to explain integers, boolean values, strings, and floats)
Below are descriptions for data types commonly used in C-programming relevant to VLC.
- Any whole-number value, e.g. -25 or 655
- A "toggle switch" value that is either true or false (sometimes seen as 1 or 0)
- A data type of varying length used to represent words (punctuation is generally permitted), e.g. "foo" or "I'm a sentence."
- A contraction of floating-point decimal number such as 1.0000 or -20.73