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6.5.2 Numeric Presentation Types

The following presentation types represent the Common Lisp numeric types of the same name.

number

Summary: The presentation type that represents a general number. It is the supertype of all the number types described here.

complex

Summary: The presentation type that represents a complex number.

rational

Arguments: ```
&optional
```

low high

Summary: The presentation type that represents either a ratio or an integer between low and high. Options to this type are base and radix, which are the same as for the
integer
type.

integer

Arguments: ```
&optional
```

low high

Summary: The presentation type that represents an integer between low and high. Options to this type are base (default
10
) and radix (default
nil
), which correspond to
*print-base*
and
*print-radix*
, respectively. It is a subtype of
rational
.

ratio

Arguments: ```
&optional
```

low high.

The presentation type that represents a ratio between low and high. Options to this type are base and radix, which are the same as for the
integer
type. It is a subtype of
rational
.

float

Arguments: ```
&optional
```

low high.

The presentation type that represents a floating point number between low and high.

Common Lisp Interface Manager 2.0 User's Guide - 27 Feb 2008