January 14, 2011
about 4 years ago
so that would be a 10 bit number
No it’s a 10 digit number.
You’re confusing yourself by calling the 32bit number a 10 byte number when it’s actually a 10 digit number, not 10 byte. A 32bit number as stated by Applekid is from 0 - 4,295,967,295, which is the 10 DIGIT unique id.
An example, an ID card can have a 10 digit id of 1004257542, which converted to 32bit, would be 111011110110111100000100000110 in binary.
No public wish lists :(
Forgot your password?
No account? Register one!