Can I use… T071, “BIGINT data type”


Normative References

ISO/IEC 9075:2016-2 does not define a precision for bigint.0 The bit support table above requires support for at least 64 signed bits (correspond to the data type mappings for the C programming language).1

The data type bigint belongs to the optional feature T071, “BIGINT data type”, which first appeared in ISO/IEC 9075:2003.2

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Footnotes

0

ISO/IEC 9075:2016, Part 2, §6.1 <data type>, Syntax Rule 28

1

ISO/IEC 9075:2016, Part 2, §13.5 Data type correspondences together with ISO/IEC 9899:2017, §5.2.4.2.1 Sizes of integer types <limits.h>

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