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Real Liternal


Real literals are fairly consistent between most programming languages, but tend to vary between cultures. In the United States, the period is used to separate the whole part from the fractional part of the number. However, in Europe for example, it is the comma which is used.

This section allows the format of real numbers to be defined. If pseudocode is being produced, don't hesitate to use the target culture's format.

Java Example
[Real Literal]
Text = {integral}.{fractional}

Text Key

The text key is used to generate the syntax of a real number.

Fields Contents
{integral} The digits representing the whole (integral) part of the number
{fractional} This digits representing the factional part of the number