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1-bit architecture
12-bit
128-bit
16-bit
18-bit
24-bit
256-bit
32-bit
32-bit application
4-bit
512-bit
64-bit computing
8-bit
Abstract data type
Address bus
Address constant
Address space
Algebraic data type
Anonymous function
Anonymous type
Arbitrary-precision arithmetic
Array data type
Assembly language
Associative array
Base address
Binary large object
Bit
Boolean data type
Bottom type
Bounded pointer
Bus (computing)
Byte
Byte addressing
C Sharp (programming language)
C++
Character (computing)
Character large object
Class (computer programming)
Complex data type
Composite data type
Computer architecture
Computer number format
Cons
Const-correctness
Container (abstract data type)
Data file
Data type
Decimal data type
Decimal128 floating-point format
Decimal32 floating-point format
Decimal64 floating-point format
Derived type
Double-precision floating-point format
Enumerated type
Exception handling
Extended precision
First-class function
Fixed-point arithmetic
Floating point
Function pointer
Function type
Generalized algebraic data type
Half-precision floating-point format
Handle (computing)
HRESULT
IA5STRING
IEEE floating point
Indirection
Integer (computer science)
Interface (computing)
Interval arithmetic
ISO/IEC 11404
Kilobyte
Kind (type theory)
Latent typing
List (abstract data type)
List of binary codes
Long double
Long mode
Memory address
Metaobject
Minifloat
Nominative and structural type systems
Null-terminated string
Numerical tower
Object (computer science)
Object type (object-oriented programming)
Opaque data type
Opaque pointer
Option type
Ordinal data type
Physical address
Plain text
Pointer (computer programming)
Polymorphism (computer science)
Precision (computer science)
Primitive data type
Process Environment Block
Product type
Programming language
Protocol (object-oriented programming)
Quadruple-precision floating-point format
Rational data type
Real data type
Record (computer science)
Recursive data type
Reference (computer science)
Reference type
Run-time type information
Scalar (computing)
Set (abstract data type)
Signedness
Single-precision floating-point format
Smart pointer
Soft reference
Stream (computing)
String (computer science)
Stringology
Subtyping
Tagged union
Ternary numeral system
Top type
Tree (data structure)
Type class
Type conversion
Type family
Type rule
Type system
Type theory
Typing environment
Union type
Unit type
User-defined type
Value type
Variable (computer science)
Variable-length quantity
Variant type
Virtual address space
Virtual memory
Void type
Weak reference
Weak symbol
Word (computer architecture)
X86
X86 memory segmentation
X87