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 Writing endian-independent code in C

To understand the concept of endianness , you need to be familiar, at a highly abstract level, with memory. All you need to know about memory is that it's one large array. The array contains bytes. In the computer world, people use address to refer to the array locationsREADMORE

 (Submitted by zaher el siddik Thu May 10, 2007 )

  To understand the concept of endianness , you need to be familiar, at a highly abstract level, with memory. All you need to know about memory is that it's one large array. The array contains bytes. In the computer world, people use address to refer to the array locations. READMORE


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