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In the C++ tutorials I use to learn C++, they mention the data types of C++. Some of these data types are double and long double with float, and long int, long long int, and short int with int. These vary in bits, as a float contains 32 bits, double contains 64 bits, and so on with a long double. The same thing happens with the int family I think. My question is what do the bits really do? If a long int and int vary in bits on a system, what can the long int do that the int can't? And what are bits and bytes too?



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