♦ All primitives are objects, and they are treated as values by default.
♦ Aztec strings are true values at the language level. String constants can be surrounded by single quotes OR double quotes. A double quote is a valid text character within single quotes, and vice-versa.
♦ The Aztec Framework includes a large library of instance methods for all primitive data types
♦ All primitive instance methods are handled efficiently as internal VM instructions
♦ The '@' operator is used to get the reference of a primitive object
♦ All primitive data types are defined in the ‘aztec.system’ space.