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Type

The classification of an option contract as either a put or a call.

Type

One of two kinds of option contract. In other words, a type is either a call or a put.
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Note: For Male/Female, you'll want to choose a data type of Text and a size of one character if you want to enter M or F in your database.
The data can then be repurposed into value-added formats and business-specific data types.
An instance Q of the parameterized data type node_pq<I> is a set of pairs (v, i), where v is a node of some graph G and i belongs to some linearly ordered type I; i is called the information associated with node v.
Each has applicationspecific resources and data types that must be handled differently and where the utilization of those resources can be optimized from detailed analysis of data usage.
The tool supports a massive range of column data types, including geography, geometry, hierarchyid and data time offset.
XML contents can be stored in and loaded from database tables just like traditional data types; moreover, the XML data type also interoperates with well known JDBC constructs.
The Cadence donation provides enhanced data types that raise the level of abstraction in SystemVerilog, enhancing designer productivity and language usability.
These technology-independent blocks are built upon The MathWorks' fixed point data type and are tightly integrated into The MathWorks environment, allowing the algorithm designer to continue to use familiar Simulink capabilities such as discrete-time simulation, multi-rate management, fixed-point quantization and scope debugging.
6 now includes support for Oracle Database 10g(TM), in addition to Oracle9i(TM) Databases, and expands data type and UNIX scripting support.
Retention Manager enables organizations to securely manage records based on their corporate policies and file plans and to enforce the retention, disposition and secure destruction of all corporate records, regardless of originating document or data type.