
22 Printer 22.1 The Lisp Printer 22.1.3 Default PrintObject Methods 22.1.3.1 Printing Numbers
22.1.3.1.1 Printing Integers
Integers are printed in the radix specified by the current output base
in positional notation, most significant digit first.
If appropriate, a radix specifier can be printed; see *printradix*.
If an integer is negative, a minus sign is printed and then the
absolute value of the integer is printed.
The integer zero is represented
by the single digit 0 and never has a sign.
A decimal point might be printed,
depending on the value of *printradix*.
For related information about the syntax of an integer,
see Section 2.3.2.1.1 Syntax of an Integer.
