I'm not understanding the specific date types here:
what does the word "single" refer to? I know it's not single integer.
Please fill in the blank, or supply me with an official MS link that describes these data types.
How do I decide which one to use?
Or should I just use "double" for everything?
This is not an "official MS Link", but Allen Browne is a very well-respected Microsoft MVP who has done a terrific job of spelling out the different datatypes here:
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