# FAQ: Variables and Data Types - Introduction to Data Types

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This community-built FAQ covers the “Introduction to Data Types” exercise from the lesson “Variables and Data Types”.

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#2

Can we say that Primitive data types are like the basics things that all human beings can do, but in this case it will be the functions that are inbuilt within the computer?

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#3

I suppose that’s one way interpreting it.

#4

On my evaluate function, what’s the meaning of the Outoput equals to 1?

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As I understand it, the output is the expected answer of the function - in this case, it is a Boolean value where 1 = True and 0 = False.