32 bits long word

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This page lists data structure that uses words of size of 32 bit (4 bytes) to store information.

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This list shows the most known data structure that stores their information on a 32bit word.





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Cpu Moore Law Transistor
CPU - Word

A word is a fixed-sized piece of data processed as a unit by the processor. The word size is defined in the instruction set architecture. The term word is used for a small group of bits that are handled...
Cpu Moore Law Transistor
CPU - Word size (8, 16, 32 and 64-bit)

The bits number of a processor represents the size of a word. The number of bits in a word (the word size, word width, or word length) is an important characteristic of any specific computer architecture....
Data System Architecture
Computer Storage - Integer Data Type (Binary Data)

In computer, integer are stored in word from 8 to 64 bit. Because CPU manipulates integer data type, they are also sometime called binary data type. Bit Length Two's complement signed Unsigned Float...
Data System Architecture
Float32 - 32-bit IEEE float (Single Precision)

32-bit IEEE float is a floating-point number encoded on 32 bit. float32 is also known simply as float Java Float Sql: Real, Float ...
Javascript - Byte Array (ArrayBuffer / DataView)

To manipulate a byte array, in javascript, you have: a ArrayBuffer that represents an array: of fixed amount of bytes (one element = 1 byte) of binary element known as typed object : intege32-bit...
Data System Architecture
Number - Integer -

An integer is the part of a number that is located at the left of the radix point. In other word, it's a number without its fractional component. Negative numbers without fractional components are...
Data System Architecture
Number - Long Data Type

long is the computer integer data type (ie storage format) that stores integer with at least 32 bit in size. integer data type requiring less storage at the cost of a smaller range of possible number...
Time - (Unix|POSIX|Epoch) time

Unix time (also known as POSIX time or Epoch time) is a system for describing instants in time. It's the number of milliseconds / second since a start date (generally Thursday, 1 January 1970) but if...



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