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Bit
A Binary digIT, ‘0’ or ‘1’.
Boolean
Variables that store just two values, e.g. TRUE or FALSE.
Byte
A group of binary (‘0’ or ‘1’) digits, usually 8 bits.
Character
Data type that stores a single character.
Constant
Name used to identify a value in memory that does not change during the execution of the program.
DIV
An arithmetic operator that returns the quotient after division.
Integer
Whole number values, positive or negative.
MOD
An arithmetic operator that returns the remainder after division.
Real
Data type that will store decimal (or fractional) values.
String
Data type used to store a string of characters.
Variable
Name used to identify a value in memory that can change during the execution of the program.