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ThingsDB can store 64bit signed integer values. When assigning integer values larger than 64bit, an overflow_err() will be returned. Other types can be converted to int by using the int function.


Base Example Description
2 0b1111011 Binary notation starts with 0b (zero, lower case b), followed by binary digits (0-1).
8 0o173 Octal notation starts with 0o (zero, lower case o), followed by octal digits (0-8).
10 123 Decimal notation, numbers between zero and nine (0-9).
16 0x7b Hexadecimal notation start with a 0x (zero, lower case x), followed by hexadecimal digits (0-9, a-f or A-F).

This code creates a int property count to the root of a collection:

.count = 123;