From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintegerin‧te‧ger /ˈɪntədʒə $ -ər/ noun [countable] technical HMNa whole number 6 is an integer, but 6.4 is not.

Examples from the Corpus

integer• When they are combined, these enhancements are expected to increase the SuperSparc-II's floating point to a integer ratio.• To be rigorous, we should treat this number as an integer.• The key all.unit.id effectively defines a generic heading which contains an integer value for each possible component of a textual identifier.• Now suppose there exists an integer a with decompositions as above but in which the pi and qi do not pair off.• This can take any integer value between 0 and 100.• Firstly, the desire to find good integer solutions so that the enumeration tree can be severely pruned.• One such form is the short integer.• Somewhat more satisfactory would be to consider the algebraic numbers those complex numbers which are solutions of algebraic equations with integer coefficients.