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We can define unsigned integer like these:

typedef bit[4:0] int5; // 5 bits unsigned integer
typedef bit[3:0] int4; // 4 bits unsigned integer

How to define type for signed integer?

e.g. 6 bits signed integer range from -32 to +31

typedef bit[5:0] signed int6signed; // doesn't work
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You have the signed keyword in the wrong spot. It should be

typedef bit signed [5:0] int6signed; 
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