unsigned int

The difference between unsigned ints and (signed) ints, lies in the way the highest bit, sometimes refered to as the "sign" bit, is interpreted. With unsigned int sign bit have no special value, hence number from 0 to 65535 can be represented.
unsigned int var = val;
unsigned int ledPin = 13;
When variables are made to exceed their maximum capacity they "roll over" back to their minimum capacitiy, note that this happens in both directions.
unsigned int x
x = 0;
x = x - 1;       // x now contains 65535 - rolls over in neg direction
x = x + 1;       // x now contains 0 - rolls over