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 ===== About Expressions ===== ===== About Expressions =====
  
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 | 0, 2, 5, -11, 45.25, Infinity | **Numbers** that can be used in arithmetic calculations. ''​Infinity''​ isn't really a number, but has the special property that it's always ''>''​ and ''>​=''​ every actual number, so you can use it in that case. (The same applies to ''​-Infinity''​ and ''<''/''<​=''​) | | 0, 2, 5, -11, 45.25, Infinity | **Numbers** that can be used in arithmetic calculations. ''​Infinity''​ isn't really a number, but has the special property that it's always ''>''​ and ''>​=''​ every actual number, so you can use it in that case. (The same applies to ''​-Infinity''​ and ''<''/''<​=''​) |
 | true, false | **Logical values**, created using the logical operators, and commonly used with to the [[<<​if>>​]] macro. True and false are the only values of this type. | true, false | **Logical values**, created using the logical operators, and commonly used with to the [[<<​if>>​]] macro. True and false are the only values of this type.
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