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    SubjectRe: Changing KB, MB, and GB to KiB, MiB, and GiB in Configure.help.
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    On 12/21/2001 10:58:30 AM GMT Mike Jagdis wrote:
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    >Mike Eldridge wrote:
    >
    >> i was going to comment about simply using lowercase equivalents, but
    >> then milli already has 'm', although the concept of a millibyte (or even
    >> millibit) is absurd.
    >
    >Why? For instance a millibyte/s might be a hearbeat across a LAN every
    >hour or so or it might be a control traffic requirement for a deep space
    >probe. You might not have an immediate use for the term but it has a
    >specific meaning - and certainly isn't "absurd" (see definition on
    >http://www.dict.org).

    So, is it 1/1024 or 1/1000 bytes ? :-)

    regards,
    chris

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