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From "Tom Klaasen" <tom.klaa...@pandora.be>
Subject Re: [how-to] Contribute with my own tutorial
Date Thu, 28 Feb 2002 09:33:15 GMT
Or the short answer: mo is French for mb, ko is French for kb

:-)

tomK, a real Belgian


----- Original Message -----
From: "TREGAN Fabien" <fabien.tregan@airbus.aeromatra.com>
To: <cocoon-dev@xml.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 10:23 AM
Subject: RE: [how-to] Contribute with my own tutorial


> >BTW - what does "2mo" and "20ko" actually mean?
> >I can guess the meaning, but I've never seen it before.
> >And Google didn't find a quick answer for me ...
>
> Binary Digit (aka 'bit') is a number that can have to values (0 or 1)
> An Octet is 8 bits
> 1ko (kilo-octet) is 1024 bits (not 1000 because computer work with bit and
> then work with powre of 2, not power of 10)
> 1mo (mega-octet) is 1024 ko
>
> if your .java file is encoded in ascii, 1 octet = 1 char (space en
> cariage-return count as 1 char :) )
>
> So you can gues that finding a bug hidden in 20ko of code is 100 times
> shorted than finding it in 2mo of code.
>
>
> >All articles on cocooncenter are written in xdoc (with some additions to
> fit the needs of my pages). So, if you wrote your tutorial in xdoc, it
would
> be easy to publish.
>
> Since now, all my docs have been written in .doc (ms word), but i'll try
to
> read the docs about how to write xdocs :)
>
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