A word in a computer is the native integer for that computer. In a 16 bit computer, a word is a 16 bit integer.
A plain integer variable in C under windows is 2 bytes in 16 bit windows, and 4 bytes in 32 bit windows.
32-bit integer. (In some contexts.)
No. Use a standard 32-bit long integer, but only values between 0..1023.
0 - 65535
-128 to 127
"int" is the abbreviation for an integer data type. In Java an int is specifically a 32-bit signed integer.
An integer data type is any type of number without a fractional part.Signed vs unsigned of any data type refers to whether or not that data type can store negative numbers (numbers with a negative sign). The typical way to store the sign information for a number is to reserve one bit of information to do so.For a signed 32-bit integer (a common integer size), this means that there are 31 bits available to hold information about the value of the number and 1 bit reserved for signifying negatives. This means that the range of data for a 32-bit signed integer is [-2147483648, 2147483647].If you use an unsigned 32-bit integer, you can use that extra bit to store more positive number values. The range of data for a 32-bit unsigned integer is [0, 4294967295].in short law FOR n bitssigned rang[-2n-1 -------- 2n-1 -1]unsigned rang [0----------2n-1]