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DriverStation::GetAnalogIn - what range?

From the C++ reference manual:
DriverStation::GetAnalogIn returns the analog voltage on the input. The analog values are returned as UINT32 values....

Let's keep it simple, ignoring noise:
1) when an analog input is at ground, what value is returned?
2) when an analog input is at +5V, what value is returned?
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