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The examples so far have described types as references to previously defined types, or defined in terms of subranges of or pointers to previously defined types. This chapter describes the other type descriptors that may follow the `=' in a type definition.
5.1 Builtin Types Integers, floating point, void, etc. 5.2 Miscellaneous Types Pointers, sets, files, etc. 5.3 Cross-References to Other Types Referring to a type not yet defined. 5.4 Subrange Types A type with a specific range. 5.5 Array Types An aggregate type of same-typed elements. 5.6 Strings Like an array but also has a length. 5.7 Enumerations Like an integer but the values have names. 5.8 Structures An aggregate type of different-typed elements. 5.9 Giving a Type a Name Giving a type a name. 5.10 Unions Different types sharing storage. 5.11 Function Types
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