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on Jun 28, 2007
- Binary — The primitive type "Binary" is a set of (in)finite-length sequences of binary digits
- Boolean — The primitive type Boolean is used for logical expression, consisting of the predefined values true and false. Boolean defines an enumeration that denotes a logical condition. Its enumeration literals are: true (The Boolean condition is satisfied) false (The Boolean condition is not satisfied)
- Date — The primitive type "Date" is a position in a time reference system that is either the gregorian calendar or a 24 hour Time-keeping system.
- Decimal — The primitive type "Decimal" is a subset of the real numbers, which can be represented by decimal numerals
- Integer — The primitive type "Integer" is element in the infinite set (...-2, -1, 0, 1, 2...)
- String — The primitive type "String" is sequence of characters in some suitable character set
- Token — The primitive type "Token" is a sequence of characters in some suitable character set, where all white spaces have been replaced by space characters, all preceding or trailing space characters have been removed and all sequences of two or more space characters have been replaced by a single space character.