size suffix w x

illoai at illoai at
Sat Jun 26 02:17:27 UTC 2010

On 25 June 2010 22:08, Fbsd1 <fbsd1 at> wrote:
> I have a script I am hacking. The code has a check for a size suffix.
> I know what m|mb|g|gb|k|kb| and the upper case version of the same letters
> mean. But the code also has an w|x size options.
> Is this a valid size type and what does it mean?

Is it at all explicated within the script, or is this a silly
game?  I would guess w=word and x=no-affix, so
either bit or byte.  That is if I were scribing the accursed

Or w=wotan meaning the greatest possible in every
dimension, and x=meaning pornography.


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