From: Mark Traynor <marcust_6@ho...> - 2004-01-31 03:36:27
In the "Import Raw Data" dialog box, what is
no/little/big/default-endianness?? Seems to default to
"little-endian"...which works well enough for me. But...what does it mean?
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From: Daniil V. Kolpakov <dan@ri...> - 2004-01-31 12:41:03
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k Traynor =CE=C1=D0=C9=D3=C1=CC(a):
> In the "Import Raw Data" dialog box, what is
> no/little/big/default-endianness?? Seems to default to
> "little-endian"...which works well enough for me. But...what does it mean?
This is how multi-byte values are read from the file. E.g. most of data you=
will ever want to import is 16-bit (2-byte), and the question is which byte=
contains most-significant bits and which - less significant. As in decimal=
system, if you read the number "25" you interpret it as a "little-endian":=
2*10 + 5*1.
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