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Little Endian: What would be the no stroed at memory location 0x0001

Started by 2005 November 28, 2006
Hi

It is given that the number  0x0abc1234 is stored in a four-byte
integer, starting a location memory 0x0000.

What would be the no stroed at memory location 0x0001?

Thanks

On 2006-11-28, 2005 <uws2003@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi > > It is given that the number 0x0abc1234 is stored in a four-byte > integer, starting a location memory 0x0000. > > What would be the no stroed at memory location 0x0001?
Either 0x0a, 0xbc, 0x12, or 0x34 depending on the of the target. -- Grant Edwards grante Yow! WHOA!! I'm having at a RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE visi.com right NOW!!
2005 <uws2003@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> It is given that the number 0x0abc1234 is stored in a four-byte > integer, starting a location memory 0x0000. > > What would be the no stroed at memory location 0x0001?
Hello, By far the easiest way to solve these little mysteries is to code it and find out exactly how it applies in your application. You will encounter endian issues from time to time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endianness
2005 <uws2003@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi > > It is given that the number 0x0abc1234 is stored in a four-byte > integer, starting a location memory 0x0000. > > What would be the no stroed at memory location 0x0001? >
Fuck you and fuck your homework. pete -- pete@fenelon.com "he just stuck to buying beer and pointing at other stuff"
2005 wrote:
> Hi > > It is given that the number 0x0abc1234 is stored in a four-byte > integer, starting a location memory 0x0000. > > What would be the no stroed at memory location 0x0001? > > Thanks >
It is given that you are going to have the rest of the world do your home work. The answers you seek are in the textbook and your class notes.
2005 wrote:
> Hi > > It is given that the number 0x0abc1234 is stored in a four-byte > integer, starting a location memory 0x0000. > > What would be the no stroed at memory location 0x0001? > > Thanks
The following article should help: http://www.eventhelix.com/RealtimeMantra/ByteAlignmentAndOrdering.htm -- EventStudio 2.5 - http://www.EventHelix.com/EventStudio Sequence Diagram Based Real-time and Embedded System Design Tool