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data type

That which defines the structural format of data in an attribute and influences the allowable values an attribute may assume.
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Each server is transmitting three data types, which are assigned a priority in terms of a Traffic Class (TC).
For example, a phone number would be assigned a data type of Text.
Full support of standard ODBC API functions and data types, multiple server data types and features
The Cadence donation provides enhanced data types that raise the level of abstraction in SystemVerilog, enhancing designer productivity and language usability.
Data types vary from e-mail, graphics, databases, etc.
The tool supports all column data types and allows to define tables and columns for data generation, set value ranges, customize parameters for each column data type, preview data before generation, edit and save data generation scripts for the future use.
Native support for spatial and time series data types eliminates the need for developers to build their own libraries of objects.
A single, unified view of multiple data types for consolidated and multi-dimensional analysis across the entire enterprise.
Slater 1997) The database software uses some data types that are similar to traditional attributes found in relational models, but also includes data types with built-in functions and methods for object access or manipulation.
For example, dialogs with drop-down pick lists unable users to create records, arrays and other data types, share data types between packages and construct subprogram arguments with minimal typing.
The data can then be repurposed into value-added formats and business-specific data types.
The book includes many abstract data types not provided in the standard Java libraries, but for those data types that are also present in the Java Collections classes, the authors have tried to remain consistent with the Java interfaces and semantics.