The type specific operations provided by base types cover the reading and writing of values.
You can perform the following operations on base types:
IntegerR tInteger; //create a new integer tInteger.setValue(123); //set the value 123 to this integer. tInteger = 321; int IntValue = tInteger; //read the value (call the cast to int operator)
This example creates a special reference class to an integer. When the reference life time ends, the value is set as free and becomes available for further use.