21 Language support library [language.support]

21.4 Integer types [cstdint]

21.4.1 Header <cstdint> synopsis [cstdint.syn]

namespace std {
  using int8_t         = signed integer type;  // optional
  using int16_t        = signed integer type;  // optional
  using int32_t        = signed integer type;  // optional
  using int64_t        = signed integer type;  // optional

  using int_fast8_t    = signed integer type;
  using int_fast16_t   = signed integer type;
  using int_fast32_t   = signed integer type;
  using int_fast64_t   = signed integer type;

  using int_least8_t   = signed integer type;
  using int_least16_t  = signed integer type;
  using int_least32_t  = signed integer type;
  using int_least64_t  = signed integer type;

  using intmax_t       = signed integer type;
  using intptr_t       = signed integer type;   // optional

  using uint8_t        = unsigned integer type; // optional
  using uint16_t       = unsigned integer type; // optional
  using uint32_t       = unsigned integer type; // optional
  using uint64_t       = unsigned integer type; // optional

  using uint_fast8_t   = unsigned integer type;
  using uint_fast16_t  = unsigned integer type;
  using uint_fast32_t  = unsigned integer type;
  using uint_fast64_t  = unsigned integer type;

  using uint_least8_t  = unsigned integer type;
  using uint_least16_t = unsigned integer type;
  using uint_least32_t = unsigned integer type;
  using uint_least64_t = unsigned integer type;

  using uintmax_t      = unsigned integer type;
  using uintptr_t      = unsigned integer type; // optional
}

The header also defines numerous macros of the form:

  INT_[FAST LEAST]{8 16 32 64}_MIN
  [U]INT_[FAST LEAST]{8 16 32 64}_MAX
  INT{MAX PTR}_MIN
  [U]INT{MAX PTR}_MAX
  {PTRDIFF SIG_ATOMIC WCHAR WINT}{_MAX _MIN}
  SIZE_MAX

plus function macros of the form:

  [U]INT{8 16 32 64 MAX}_C

The header defines all types and macros the same as the C standard library header <stdint.h>.

See also: ISO C 7.20