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The integers consist of 0, the natural numbers (1, 2, 3, …), and their negatives (-1, -2, -3, …). The set of all integers is usually denoted by Z (or Z in blackboard bold, $\mathbb{Z}$), which stands for Zahlen (German for "numbers").

## Sorting the articles in this category

The number articles in this Wikipedia:Categorization are sorted as follows:

• negative numbers first
• then single digit numbers
• then by the first digit (so 10000 comes before 230 comes before 40)
• then numerically (so 19 comes before 144 comes before 1024).
• Articles whose title is a name rather than a number are listed alphabetically after those with numeric titles.

The numeric sorting is not the default used in Wikipedia; it is done using a system of Wikipedia:Categorization explained on this page's category talk page. When adding articles about specific integers into this category please conform to this ordering.

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