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From:Chris Frey Date:December 2 2005 9:06pm
Subject:Re: packarray template class - version 0.1
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On Fri, Dec 02, 2005 at 01:26:23PM -0700, Warren Young wrote:
> >This is the same format used in C++, as far as I know.
> 
> The IEEE standard allows for different byte ordering.  To illustrate:

> Run on an x86 box (Linux with GCC or WinXP with VC++), I get:
> 
> 	sizeof x = 8, value = F6 28 5C 8F C2 35 45 40
> 
> Run on a G5 PowerMac (GCC 4), I get:
> 
> 	sizeof x = 8, value = 40 45 35 C2 8F 5C 28 F6

Thanks.  Looks like it should be sufficient to convert the float/double
data to network byte order too.

- Chris

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packarray template class - version 0.1Chris Frey2 Dec
  • Re: packarray template class - version 0.1Warren Young2 Dec
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        • Re: packarray template class - version 0.1Chris Frey2 Dec
          • Re: packarray template class - version 0.1Warren Young2 Dec
    • Re: packarray template class - version 0.1Chris Frey2 Dec
      • Re: packarray template class - version 0.1Warren Young2 Dec
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