**Integers**

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Are equally spaced points along a number line, like the one above.

They are considered

*(positive and negative ones), which means they can't be 0.321, or -0.6123.***natural numbers**
In math their symbol looks like ---->

*which stands for*

*Zahlen, a German word which means Numbers. O_O*

**Now in ICE, an Integer looks like:**

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Its Ports are dark green, and it can only put out "whole numbers", 1, -1, 0 ect.

A really good way to keep NaNs. and Inf. out of your ICE trees is to try and round all the Scalar values you

*can*to Integers. Or so I've found.
Integers are our friends, Yeah!