8-bit integer: sbyte, Int8, signed char, shortint, byte

8-bit signed integer type is used to store negativ or pozitiv whole number. 8-bit integer and his value range: from -128 to 127.

sbyte

Description

 sbyte
Used keywords: sbyte
compatible programing languages:
Visual Basic .NET | C#

Examples

Example

8-bit integer the possible of use:
xmin = -128; ymax = 127;
sbyte x= -5;           // x = -5
sbyte y = -(15 % 4);   // y = -3
y = (sbyte)(x * y);    // z = 15

Int8

Description

 Int8
Used keywords: int8
compatible programing languages:
C#

Examples

Example

8-bit integer the possible of use:
xmin = -128; ymax = 127;
Int8 x= -5;           // x = -5
Int8 y = -(15 % 4);   // y = -3
y = (Int8)(x * y);    // z = 15

signed char

Description

 signed  char
Used keywords: signed char
Note: In C like languages the data type size may be different depending on compiler and architecture, we show only one standard look.
compatible programing languages:
C | Visual C++ .NET | C++

Examples

C

8-bit integer the possible of use:
xmin = -128; ymax = 127;
signed char x= -5;           // x = -5
signed char y = -(15 % 4);   // y = -3
y = (signed char)(x * y);    // z = 15

shortint

Description

 shortint
Used keywords: shortint
compatible programing languages:
Pascal | Object Pascal | Free Pascal

Examples

Object Pascal

8-bit integer the possible of use:
xmin := -128; ymax := 127;
x:= -5;           // x = -5
y:= -(15 mod 4);   // y = -3
y := shortint((x * y));    // z = 15

byte

Description

 byte
Used keywords: byte
compatible programing languages:
FreeBASIC | Java

Examples

Java

8-bit integer the possible of use:
xmin = -128; ymax = 127;
byte x= -5;           // x = -5
byte y = -(15 % 4);   // y = -3
y = (byte)(x * y);    // z = 15

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