Our Technical Support team will be out of the office on Wednesday, April 23 starting at 12pm. Tech Support will reopen with normal hours on Thursday, April 24 at 9am. Thank you


Member Since: January 14, 2011

Country: United States

  • Product COM-08310 | about 3 years ago


    so that would be a 10 bit number
    No it’s a 10 digit number.

  • Product COM-08310 | about 3 years ago

    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 :(