# integer English - Turkish
tam sayƒ±
(Bilgisayar) Tamsayƒ±

Eƒüer tamsayƒ± sadece sƒ±fƒ±rdan b√ºy√ºk veya e≈üit ise tamsayƒ± doƒüaldƒ±r. - An integer is natural if and only if it is greater or equal to 0.

b√ºt√ºn
{i} tam ≈üey
i., mat. tamsayƒ±
t√ºmsayƒ±
integer programming
tam sayƒ± programlama
integer programming
(Bilgisayar) tamsayƒ± programlama
integer variable
tamsayƒ± deƒüi≈üken
integer data
tamsayƒ± veri
integer variable
tamsayƒ± deƒüi≈ükeni
integer factorization
tamsayƒ± √ßarpanlara
integer variable
tamsayi deƒüi≈ükeni
integer is not valid
(Bilgisayar) tamsayƒ± ge√ßerli deƒüil
integer literal
(Bilgisayar) tam sayƒ± dizisi
integer programming
tamsayi programlama
integer value
tamsayƒ±sal deƒüer
integers
(Matematik) tamsayƒ±lar
unsigned integer
i≈üaretsiz tamsayƒ±
large integer
√ßok b√ºy√ºk tamsayƒ±
nonnegative integer
negatif olmayan tamsayƒ±
positive integer
pozitif tamsayƒ±
small integer
k√º√ß√ºk tamsayƒ±
greatest integer function
Tam deƒüer fonksiyonu
large integer
√ßok b√ºy√ºk tamsayi
nonnegative integer
negatif olmayan tamsayi, ek≈üi olmayan t√ºmsayi
positive integer
pozitif tamsayi, artƒ± t√ºmsayi
big integer
(Bilgisayar) b√ºy√ºk tamsayƒ±
greatest integer function
(Matematik) t√ºmsayƒ± i≈ülevi
greatest integer function
(Matematik) tamdeƒüer fonksiyonu
large integer
b√ºy√ºk tamsayƒ±
large integer
(Bilgisayar) geni≈ü tamsayƒ±
partition of an integer
(Matematik) tamsayƒ± b√∂l√ºnt√ºs√º
positive integer
(Matematik) artƒ± t√ºmsayƒ±
tiny integer
(Bilgisayar) √ßok k√º√ß√ºk tamsayƒ±
unsigned integer
isaretsiz tamsayi
English - English
An element of the infinite and numerable set {...,-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3,...}
{i} whole number, number which is not a fraction or a mixed number; single unit, complete entity
In mathematics, an integer is an exact whole number such as 1, 7, or 24 as opposed to a number with fractions or decimals. a whole number. Whole-valued positive or negative number or
– Whole number, or a value that does not have a fractional part
Of a number, whole
A complete entity; a whole number, in contradistinction to a fraction or a mixed number
A positive or negative whole number The primitive types byte, short, int and long are used to hold integer values within narrower or wider ranges
Whole, signed numbers 1, 0, and -5 are all integers Also called fixed point since the decimal point is "fixed" at the end of the number The integer type in A is int
32,768 to 32,767
A whole number, i e a number that does not have a fractional part
A whole number All the "counting" numbers are integers, plus zero and negative whole numbers An integer does not have any decimal part The following are integers: -3, 0, and 651 The following are not integers: 1 0, -2 0, 0 0 Compare "Real number" below
The integers are generated from the set of counting numbers 1, 2, 3, . . . and the operation of subtraction. When a counting number is subtracted from itself, the result is zero. When a larger number is subtracted from a smaller number, the result is a negative whole number. In this way, every integer can be derived from the counting numbers, resulting in a set of numbers closed under the operation of subtraction (see group theory)
A number without a decimal (0, 1, 25, 173, 1032, etc ) Integer values can be less than, equal to, or greater than zero
A whole number without a fractional component 5 is an integer, but 2 5 is not also integer number
An element of the infinite and numerable set [...,-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3,...]
1 generally any whole number (no fractional part) - in Java there are three integer types, byte, int, long 2 Integer is a standard Java class in the package java lang used to provide an object wrapper for integer values
A data type used to represent a whole (integer, non-fraction) number within a limited range
a whole number value In programming languages, integers also have a maximum value, depending on the language definition or the architecture of the machine that the code is compiled on
A positive or negative whole number or zero
A positive or negative whole number (e g , 1, 2, -4) used as a slot value
A number that is not a fraction, does not include a fraction, or is 0
A whole number A positive or negative number with no fractional part; a fixed-point number in which the part after the decimal is zero
Any positive or negative number that does not include a fraction or decimal, including zero
A whole number, i e , a number that does not have a fractional part
any positive or negative whole number or zero Example: "-3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 "
The set of integers contains the negative numbers, and whole numbers, that is -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3
n an object of type integer, which represents a mathematical integer
The positive and negative whole numbers
any of the natural numbers (positive or negative) or zero
A whole number (i e a number containing no fractional part), such as 0, 1, 2, etc
A number without a decimal component; a means of handling such numbers in the computer which requires less space and proceeds more quickly than with numbers having information after the decimal point
In contrast to fractions, an integer is a whole number, either positive or negative; examples: 3, -5, 300
A positive or negative whole number, or 0
integer factorization
prime factorization
integer factorization
In number theory, integer factorization is the process of breaking down a composite number into smaller non-trivial divisors, which when multiplied together equal the original integer
Gaussian integer
A complex number a + bi where a and b are integers
algebraic integer
A number (real or complex) which is a solution to an equation of the form x^n + a_1x^{n-1} + ... + a_n = 0 for some set of integers a_1 through a_n
half-integer
Any number obtained by dividing an odd integer by two
integers
The smallest ring containing the natural numbers; the set {... -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 ...}
integers
plural form of integer
non-integer
A number that is not an integer
A number (real or complex) which is a solution to an equation of the form x^2 + Bx + C = 0 for some integers B and C. For example 42, or 2+3i, or 1+\sqrt -3 \over 2
ƒ±nteger
{n} the whole of any thing
half-integer
A number obtained by dividing an odd integer by two (12, 112, 212, etc.)
integers
The set of counting numbers, their opposites and zero The set is listed {... -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 ...} Usually denoted as Z or J
integers
The set of all whole numbers and their additive inverses In other words, positive and negative whole numbers and 0
integers
{ , -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, }
integers
Whole numbers, postive or negative including zero
integers
The set consisting of the positive and negative whole numbers and zero; for example, { -2, -1, 0, 1, 2 }
integers
The natural numbers supplemented by their negative counterparts The set { -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 }
integers
The whole numbers and their opposites- 0 is an integer but it is neither positive nor negative The integers from -4 to 4 are shown on the number line below
integers
An integer is a maximal sequence of one or more digits (0'' through 9''), optionally preceded by a -'' character (ordinal value 45) It is interpreted as a base-10 integer value The largest allowable integer magnitude is client and/or server dependent
integers
{ -3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3 }
integers
math, plural of integer
large integer
an integer equal to or greater than ten
integer

in¬∑te¬∑ger

√Æntƒ±cƒ±r

whole number

## Pronunciation

/Àà…ônt…ô §…ôr/ /Àà…™nt…ô §…úr/

## Etymology

[ 'in-ti-j&r ] (noun.) 1571. From Latin integer (‚Äúuntouched, unhurt, unchanged, sound, fresh, whole, entire, pure, honest‚Äù) in + tangere (‚Äúto touch‚Äù); see tangere, tact.

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