Dodo doc > Syntax > Literal Values > Number Literals
Numbers always start with a numeral digit. They can be written in hexadecimal, octal or binary when they start with one of the special prefixes:
Numbers are not case-sensitive. Spaces are allowed between two significant digits, but a number cannot span more than one line.
Floating point numbers contain a dot or an exponent part or both. They cannot end with a dot. The exponent part is introduced by a "e" followed by an optional sign and one or more digits.
0x3E B4 98
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