Janic Data Type Declarations See Also: Declarations Janic has both un-typed (similar to JavaScript) and typed (similar to Assembler) data types.  Janic has the following data types: Integer (-infinity to +infinity) Counting Number (1 to +infinity) Whole Number (0 to +infinity) Real Number Fractions A = 1 foot // 3.0 seconds ;  B = 0.3333... feet per second; Rational Numbers  A = 1 // 3; Irrational Numbers A = PI; Complex Real Number  A = 10.25i; Prime Numbers; A = prime; A = 2; Date A = #Jan 3, 2020 Gregorian#; C = #105 AD Julian#; Time B = #1:20 am CST#; Datetime C = #Jan 3, 2020 1:20am CST#; Text Word Character Binary Record Object Matrix Array Table Structure Language Syntax Cg2 Cg3 Declaring a Data type %I = type{Integer};%N = type{Whole Number}; %C = type{Counting Number};   A = 10;   or   A.%I = 10  or   A.%Integer = 10; A.%I(5 bits) = 10; B.%N(1 byte) = 255; C.%C(1 byte) = 256; D.%N(60 bits) = {};  D = 18.3 gig; Integers, Counting Numbers, Whole Numbers: Declare A as a 53 bit Integer  A.%integer = 10; Declare A as a 4 bit Integer: A.%integer(4 bits) = 10; Declare A as a 512 bit Integer: A.%integer(512 bits) = 10; There is no limit on the number of bits that represent a value Declare an Array: A.%Integer(10 bits) = {}; A.%allocation = allocation{initial size = 100 entries,                            increment = 100 entries,                            maximum = 1 gig entries}; or A = declare:{type{Integer (10 bits), Array:{ allocation{initial size=100,increment=100, maximum=1 gig} } }