For example, we sometimes refer to the classes in components like
(or the components
themselves, when we are feeling too lazy to make careful distinctions) as
simple types because of their similarity to built-in integral
types like int.
They provide (conceptually) simple objects without
any inner structure.
The following example illustrates the use of the types in
do you see the similarity to int?
d = t2 - t1;
Classification of components
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