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Löve the D

Little-endian can go suck a dick.

You know bigger parts of the number go to the left, right? A hundred-and-five is 105, not 501. Little-endian byte storage does that the other way around. And that’s fine, apparently it’s good for performance. But some algorithms depend on the one order, others think that’s too backwards, and some even flip-flop between the two.

Makes me want to set shit on fire.

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