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Integers requiring 32 bits are stored in an int32 built-in data type. An int32 value can represent values between − 2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647.

An attempt to store a value outside that range is unpredictable.


To declare an int32 value in a class use the syntax

class my_class {
  int32 my_string;

To define an integer value in an object use the syntax

object my_class {
  my_integer 123;

where "value" is a integer within the range of a 32 bit integer.

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