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  1. double
  2. long long
  3. range
  4. float
  5. char
  6. assignment operators
  7. int
  8. Qualifiers
  9. type cast operator
  10. NSString character string object
  11. constant
  12. long
  1. a couter += 10
    counter -= 5
    counter /= 2
  2. b Used to store values containing decimal digits. The NSLog conversion characters %f or %g can be used to display floats.
  3. c long int factorial;

    The declared integer variable gets an extended range.

    To display a long int you must use %li
  4. d double is the same as float except it has twice the range.
  5. e @"blah blah blah";
  6. f A long long int will hold an int with a greater range
  7. g long, long long, short, signed, and unsigned
  8. h Forces one type of variable to become another
    (int) 29.55
  9. i Every value has a range of values associated with it. The range has to do with the amount of storage allocated to store a particular type of data. 64 bit systems can have a larger range than a 32 bit system.
  10. j A minus sign indicates that the value is negative. Commas can't be used and no embedded spaces should be put between the digits.
  11. k any literal number, single character, or character string
  12. l You can use a char variable to store a single character. You have to enclose the character within a pair of single quotation marks e.g. 'e' or ';' or 'p'. %c can be used to display char variables.