Unsigned

Technology / Programming / Unsigned: Declaring a variable as unsigned means that it will store values only between 0 and their maximum value. For instance, in arduino, an unsigned int stores 0 to 65,535. The first bit of an unsigned datatype is not used to determine whether the number is positive or negative.

Long

Business / Agriculture / Long: (1) One who has bought a futures contract or option to establish a market position: (2) a market position that obligates the holder to take delivery: (3) one who owns an inventory of commodities. The MORE

Char

Technology / Programming / Char: A char takes up 1 byte of memory and stores a character value written in single quotes, like 'a'. The char stores the characters in ascii as numbers, which means a char can be used for arithmetic. The MORE

Byte

Technology / Computers / Byte: A collection of 8 bits that make up a character. When referring to RAM (random access memory), it includes a 9th bit used for error checking. MORE

Short

Business / Agriculture / Short: (1) The selling side of an open futures contract: (2) a trader whose net position in the futures market shows an excess of open sales over open purchases. See long. MORE

Integer

Technology / Programming / Integer: An integer is a numerical value that does not have a decimal point. It represents either of the following: * a 2-byte (16-bit) number, with a value between 0 and 65535 for an unsigned integer and –3 MORE

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