50) up to a certain size which is limited by a fixed amount of memory, hence the term fixed-precision. GHC can hold values in the range of
(2^63 - 1)for Int types - going outside those ranges will yield unexpected results.
50.0) up to a certain precision which is limited by a fixed amount of memory. The term floating-point comes from this memory limitation, which limits the number of digits (precision) that can come after the decimal point based on the size of the number.
'\n'(a new line character) or
'\t'(tab stop character). Chars must be enclosed in single quotes
[Char](a list of characters) in Haskell. Strings must be enclosed in double-quotes
" ", e.g.
"Haskell is great".