Literal

A value that is written itself in the source code.

Related concepts:  Value

Closest Wikipedia entry:  Literal (computer programming) — In computer science, a literal is a notation for representing a fixed value in source code. Almost all programming languages have notations for atomic values such as integers, floating-point numbers, and strings, and usually for booleans and characters; some also have notations for elements of enumerated types and compound values such as arrays, records, and objects. An anonymous function is a literal for the function type.

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