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Hirokazu Hirono
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Basic Signed Integer Type in Rust

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println!("{}", std::i8::MIN); // -128
println!("{}", std::i8::MAX); // 127

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println!("{}", std::i16::MIN); // -32768
println!("{}", std::i16::MAX); // 32767

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println!("{}", std::i32::MIN); // -2147483648
println!("{}", std::i32::MAX); // 2147483647

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println!("{}", std::i64::MIN); // -9223372036854775808
println!("{}", std::i64::MAX); // 9223372036854775807

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