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Proper explanation of SQL CE data types

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It seems impossible to find a proper and detailed description of the datatypes in SQL CE.

I need a list of the supported datatypes along with a detailed description of each, e.g. the length/size/type of data each field supports, i.e. max length of nvarchar, max numeric value for float etc. etc.
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