Integers start with a "#". Integers may end with an 'b', 'o', 'd', or 'h', for binary, octal, decimal, or hexadecimal, respectively. If the type specifier is left off the current integer display mode is assumed. Note that the type specifier must be lower case. Both A-F and a-f are allowable for hexadecimal digits but upper case is preferred since a lower case b or d could be confused with the type specifier.
Examples: #10o, #12d, #F0h, #F0, #f0.
Integers are displayed using the current base mode: bin, oct, dec, or hex.
Only the number of bits specified by the integer word size are relevant. Use stws to store the integer word size and rcws to recall the integer word size.