Class Precedence List:
integer, rational, real, number, t
An integer is a mathematical integer. There is no limit on the magnitude of an integer.
The types fixnum and bignum form an exhaustive partition of type integer.
Compound Type Specifier Kind:
Compound Type Specifier Syntax:
integer [lower-limit [upper-limit]]
Compound Type Specifier Arguments:
lower-limit, upper-limit---interval designators for type integer. The defaults for each of lower-limit and upper-limit is the symbol *.
Compound Type Specifier Description:
This denotes the integers on the interval described by lower-limit and upper-limit.
Figure 2-9, Section 2.3.2 (Constructing Numbers from Tokens), Section 188.8.131.52.1 (Printing Integers)
The type (integer lower upper), where lower and upper are most-negative-fixnum and most-positive-fixnum, respectively, is also called fixnum.
The type (integer 0 1) is also called bit. The type (integer 0 *) is also called unsigned-byte.