#13 Introduce a quick work in Types notebook aout std::size_t.
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|"The _0 notation column_ is the way to notice explicitly the type in an expression; of course any value might be used instead of 0. A `u` might be used to signal the unsigned status for integer types; for instance `3ul` means 3 as an _unsigned long_. `auto` notation below will illustrate a case in which such a notation is useful.\n",|
|"The STL features rather heavily a type named `std::size_t`, which by design is able to store the maximum size of a theoretically possible object of any type (including array). On most (all?) systems `std::size_t` is an alias to an `unsigned long`. More may be found about this type on [CppReference](https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/types/size_t).\n",|
|"#### Numeric limits\n",|
|"Always keep in mind the types of the computer don't match the abstract concept you may use in mathematics... The types stored especially don't go from minus infinity to infinity:"|