`ls -l` shows size of file other than of the folder?

grarpamp grarpamp at gmail.com
Fri Jun 15 04:21:02 UTC 2012

>>> > The following creates a file with a size of 1024000002 (a gig)
>>> > fseek(stdout, 1000000*1024, SEEK_END);

>>> Nope :) What you have there is not actually called (anything).
>> It would maybe be called a MKiB. :-)

I'll buy that, if someone chips in the deuce :)

> In SI units it is called a gigabyte.

No, it's not called anything.

> Everyone knows what he talking about so playing semantic
> games is silly.

Rockets crash due to assumptions and trivializing semantics.

"That's why you never can stop learning in IT, and fighting
bad habits in all imaginable areas. :-)"

> Can we move on to real questions? :)

Ok :)

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