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From: Theo de Raadt (deraadt_at_cvs.openbsd.org)
Date: Mon Nov 25 2002 - 13:43:22 CST
> >SI does not matter in this case.
> >Ethernet runs at multiples of 1000 Hz.
> >Take it or leave it.
> Ok, I take it.
> >K means roughly 1000-1024, M means roughly 1000-1024 more than
> No. "k" means exactly 1000, and "K" means exactly 1024.
Then I guess thousands of papers published by IETF and Usenix and
other such organizations are wrong. I think I'd rather come to the
conclusion that you are being pedantic and wrong.