
ANSI Common Lisp 12 Numbers 12.2 Dictionary of Numbers
12.2.8 integer 
System Class 
 Class Precedence List:

integer,
rational,
real,
number,
t
 Description:

An integer is a mathematical integer. There is no limit on the
magnitude of an integer.
The types fixnum and bignum
form an exhaustive partition of type integer.
 Compound Type Specifier Kind:

Abbreviating.
 Compound Type Specifier Syntax:

(integer [lowerlimit [upperlimit)]]
 Compound Type Specifier Arguments:

lowerlimit, upperlimit  interval designators
for type integer.
The defaults for each of lowerlimit and upperlimit is the symbol *.
 Compound Type Specifier Description:

This denotes the integers on the interval described by
lowerlimit and upperlimit.
 See Also:

Figure 2.3.1 Numbers as Tokens,
Section 2.3.2 Constructing Numbers from Tokens,
Section 22.1.3.1.1 Printing Integers
 Notes:

The type (integer lower upper),
where lower and upper
are mostnegativefixnum and mostpositivefixnum, respectively,
is also called fixnum.
The type (integer 0 1) is also called bit.
The type (integer 0 *) is also called unsignedbyte.
 Allegro CL Implementation Details:

None.
