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From Scott Eade <se...@backstagetech.com.au>
Subject Re: Java Primitive Data Types in Torque
Date Wed, 05 Feb 2003 20:17:13 GMT
On 6/02/2003 7:04 AM, "Geoff Fortytwo" <g42@ign.com> wrote:

> Use the torque type "NUMERIC" instead of type "INTEGER". It'll return
> java.math.BigDecimal (which can be null) instead of int. Check out my faq at:
> http://g42.org/programming/torque/TorqueHowto.html
> There's a list of types at the bottom.
> 
> If anyone wants to take that faq and convert it to xdoc or whatever it
> needs to be to be displayed on the torque website then be my guest. I'm not
> willing to figure out how to use a cvs client to get the code to run the
> translator which would then convert the xml I would then write to an xdoc
> so that I could then use cvs to submit it to the site. It's too much hassle.

Geoff,

You could put it or a link to it in the wiki.

BTW: Looks like a good document.

Cheers,

Scott
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