Numbers and Strings

The basic vocabulary of X-PLOR knows about numbers and character strings. Note that the following definitions are special cases of words.
$<$complex$>$:==( $<$real$>$ , $<$real$>$)
is a complex number.
is a positive or negative integer number, including zero.
is a logical variable, i.e., TRUE or FALSE. ON and OFF can be used in place of TRUE and FALSE, respectively.
is a floating-point number.
is a sequence of characters enclosed in double quotation marks. Note that in instances where the sequence of characters uniquely defines a word, the quotation marks can be left out. There are exceptions to this rule in the vector and evaluate statements; it is recommended to use quotation marks with strings in these statements.

Xplor-NIH 2023-11-10