Definitions for "Datatype"
Keywords:  tuple, lexical, schema, xml, facets
From OWL Web Ontology Language Guide ( 2004-02-10) an RDFS datatype, almost always one of the built-in non-list XML Schema datatypes
Definition: From XML Schema [XML Schema part 2]: A 3-tuple, consisting of a) a set of distinct values, called its value space, b) a set of lexical representations, called its lexical space, and c) a set of facets that characterize properties of the value space, individual values or lexical items.
A term used by RELAX NG to qualify the content of a simple content element or attribute. Datatypes shouldn't be confused with XML 1.0 element types; those are called element names by RELAX NG.
Keywords:  char, smallint, int, gateway, float
A keyword that identifies the characteristics of stored information on a computer. Some common datatypes are: char, int, smallint, date, time, numeric, and float. Different data servers support different datatypes.
(1) A standard form of data. The ORACLE datatypes are CHAR, DATE, NUMBER, LONG, RAW, and LONG RAW; however, the ORACLE Server recognizes and converts other standard datatypes. (2) A named set of fixed attributes that can be associated with an item as a property. Data typing provides a way to define the behavior of data. (3) See gateway datatype.
Keywords:  rma, avi, wav, distinguished, media
Determined by the program that creates the media you are viewing and usually distinguished by the extension on the end of the file (eg., AVI, WAV, RM, RMA, etc.). See also Extension.
See type.
A type whose values have no identity. Datatypes include primitive built-in types (such as numbers and strings) as well as enumeration types (such as boolean).
a classification of a particular type of information or data
an adjective that describes the data stored in a particular column of a table
Keywords:  exhibit, behavior, class, values
a class of values that exhibit the same behavior
Keywords:  kind, variable, text, hold, piece
a specification of the kind of information that a variable can hold, for example, a number or a piece of text