Airkit provides a built in set of types. A type is a classification of data
based on what can do with that data. When discussing a particular piece of data
we refer to that piece of data as a value, every value in Airkit has an
associated type, or classification. It is important to consider the type of a
value because the type determines what can be done with a given value. For
example, it makes sense to subtract two Numbers 3 - 2, however, it would not
make sense to subtract two pieces of text "Hello" - "Airkit".
Here are a list of the Data Types that Airkit supports:
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