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Is there any one byte object which is signed?
byte is unsigned.
char is (I may be wrong) two bytes and is also unsigned.
The smaller sign object I saw is int16.

Is there any smaller than int16?
Aug 6 '08 #1
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Is there any one byte object which is signed?

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