> as network order (I can never remember myself). I would recommend using
> network order for the file since that concept is universal among OSs that
> support TCP/IP (which is pretty much everything these days).
There should be a set of networking functions which handle's Big to Little
and vice-versa conversion. I think they are ntoh and hton (Network to Host
and Host to Network), there are some letters tacked on the end of that to
indicate long and short ints. I went hunting for some resources the other
evening, but, haven't even looked at the offending code in SWISH-E.
Stephane's info certainly looks good, though.
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