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When we create a new InForm table, we can specify the type of data is going to be entered
 Text: Are letters or other figures that programmers might combine in a string. Examples of characters include:
 a
 ^
 !
 Number: A number can be described as a mathematical object that is used for counting.
 Natural numbers
 Rational Numbers
 Irrational Numbers
 Date: This data type stores a calendar date with other programming information. Dates are typically a combination of integers or numerical figures. Since these are typically integer values, some programs can store basic mathematical operations like days elapsed since certain events or days away from an upcoming event.
 DD/MM/YYYY
 YYYY/MM/DD
 MM/DD/YYYY
 Enum: Are data types that comprise a static, ordered set of values. They are equivalent to the
enum
types supported in a number of programming languages. An example of an enum type might be the days of the week, or a set of status values for a piece of data.

enum class color: red, white, black, yellow

enum letter: A, B, C, D

 Media Link: Is a URL that will be displayed embedded within the report generated.
 Email: Email Address field
 URL: URL data type is applied to data that follows generalized patterns of URLs. The domain and suffix of the URL are the only required elements:
 Location: Latitude and Longitude data:
 7.25222/52.65417
 xx.xxxxx/yy.yyyyy
 IP: Could be IPV4 or IPV6:

IPV4 is a 4byte host address in dotteddecimal notation (four decimal numbers, each ranging from 0 to 255, separated by dots). For example: 172.16.254.1.

IPV6 is a 16byte host address in eight groups of four hexadecimal digits separated by colons. For example: 2001:0db8:85a3:0042:1000:8a2e:0370:7334.

 Integer: Are digits that account for whole numbers only. Some integer examples include:
 Positive integers
 Negative integers
 Boolean: Are data can help guide the logic in a code. Here are some examples of how you might use this:
 false, true
 0, 1
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