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SubjectRe: Changing KB, MB, and GB to KiB, MiB, and GiB in
Hi Rene.

>> If I just say off the cuff that I'm going to send you a megabyte of
>> data, do I mean 1,000,000 bytes, 1,048,576 bytes, or 1,024,000
>> bytes?

> What _you_ mean can not be determied from me. But *I* would mean
> 1.048.574, otherwise I would say the 9xxx number or say nearly 1 MB.

You obviously give short change as a matter of course then...

(Assuming that you use . as a thousands separator rather than as a
decimal point the way most of the Enlish speaking world does)

Best wishes from Riley.

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