### BOOL (Bit)

A Boolean variable, one whose value is either true or false.

**Example**:- 0 or 1

### SINT (Short Integer)

**Short Integer**uses only 8 bits of memory and therefore is a value of 0 to 255 or if signed from -128 to +127.

**Example**:- 56

### INT (Integer)

**Integer**uses only 16 bits of memory and therefore is a value of 0 to 65535 or if signed from -32768 to +32767.

**Example**:- 26733

### DINT (Double integer)

**Double Integer**uses only 32 bits of memory and therefore is a value of 0 to 4294967295 or if signed from -2147483647 to +2147483647.

**Example**:- 1436353644

### REAL (Floating-point number)

**Real**uses only 32 bits of memory. Value from -3.40282306e+38 to 3.40282306e+38.

**Example**:- -637.74646

### STRING

**String**uses only 8 bits of memory for single character. If you use 4 character total uses only 32 bits of memory

**Example**:- "Test Word"

T - 8 bits

e - 8 bits

s - 8 bits

t - 8 bitsSpace - 8 bits

W - 8 bits

o - 8 bits

r - 8 bits

d - 8 bitsTotal - 72 bits