Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of PortableRrdFormat


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Jun 20, 2007, 11:17:39 PM (15 years ago)
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    139 As you can see, there is not all that much difference between the architectures (it is all IEEE 754 after all). For one there is the endianess difference and then there are the SPARCs how seem to have their own idea regarding NANs. In any event, a converter between these formats is only a few defines away.
     139As you can see, there is not all that much difference between the architectures (it is all IEEE 754 after all). For one there is the endianess difference and then there are some differing ideas regarding NANs. In any event, a converter between these formats is only a few defines away.
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