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    [COLOR=green] Do you know what double stands for or what it does or what about char or int???? If you know what anyof these do or stand for please tell me....;)

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    They are variables, used to hold values that are assigned to them. The ones that you list are known as 'primitives' or 'built in' types because they support basic operators and do not have to be overloaded by the programmer.

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    Actually they are not quite variables but are used to define instances of variables. They are 'Data Types'.
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