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max value for integer datatype

Posted on 2001-08-23
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hi,

What is the maximum value that can be stored in the column of datatype number(38)/inetrger?
i am using the oracle version 7.3

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Vaishali
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Binary Integer = -2147483647 .. 2147483647.

Number = 1E-130 .. 10E125.

PLS_INTEGER = -2147483647 .. 2147483647.
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Max Value is 10E125





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