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    size

    how to know what's the size of this 153,000,200 ?

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    ok,i'm sorry

    when i go to the command prompt in my pc? i typed dir. it came out the number 153,000,200?

    it represents 1 giga or what? i'm newbiez in pc

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    considering it is the number at the end, it must be the number of bytes, you can divide it by 1024 to know the number of kilobytes, divide that further by 1024 to get the number of megabytes, and divide it further by 1024 to get the number of gigabytes.

    P.S. in the dos prompt, it shows up that the number is the number of bytes. check properly.
    Last edited by PING; 02-16-2005 at 06:09 AM.
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