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A binary integer is `0b' or `0B' followed by zero or more of the binary digits `01'.
An octal integer is `0' followed by zero or more of the octal digits (`01234567').
A decimal integer starts with a non-zero digit followed by zero or more digits (`0123456789').
A hexadecimal integer is `0x' or `0X' followed by one or more hexadecimal digits chosen from `0123456789abcdefABCDEF'.
Integers have the usual values. To denote a negative integer, use the prefix operator `-' discussed under expressions (see section Prefix Operators).
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