|DotNet Class HL7Connect.Cda.INT|
Integer numbers (-1,0,1,2, 100, 3398129, etc.) are precise numbers that are results of counting and enumerating. Integer numbers are discrete, the set of integers is infinite but countable. No arbitrary limit is imposed on the range of integer numbers.
|false if value is null, true if value is either true or false|
|The value of the INT. Note that this specification imposes no limitations on the size of integer, but most implementations will map this to a 32 or 64 bit integer.|
This is an example of the primitive type wrapping pattern. See section 6.3 for more details