Version 1: Release Note 28 November 2014



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Terminology

  1. Numbers


Numbers within this GBCS are expressed in one of three ways, to avoid potential ambiguity:

  • where a number has no prefix, it is a decimal number (base 10);

  • the 0x prefix is used for hexadecimal numbers (base 16). For example, 0x10 equates to the decimal number 16; and

  • the 0b prefix is for binary numbers (base 2). For example, 0b1010 equates to the decimal number 10.
      1. Bit numbering


Numbering of bits uses the ‘LSB 0’ bit numbering scheme, where the least significant bit is referred to as bit 0 and the most significant bit is referred to using the highest bit number.
      1. Octets and bytes - informative


The term ‘octet’ is used to refer to units of 8 bits of digital information, to avoid potential ambiguity with the term ‘byte’, and to align with protocol terminology.

      1. Directory: government -> uploads -> system -> uploads -> attachment data -> file
        file -> Remove this if sending to pagerunnerr Page Title Light Rail Security Recommended Best Practice
        file -> 8 Section 1 : Sport
        file -> Notice of exercise of additional powers of seizure under Sections 50 or 51 of the Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001
        file -> Home office circular 004/2014 Powers to search for and seize invalid travel documents in Schedule 8 to the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014
        file -> Consultation on the Royal Parks and Other Open Spaces (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2012
        file -> Crown copyright 2012
        file -> This is the Report to Government by the Film Policy Review Panel The brief
        file -> Impact Assessment (IA)
        file -> Dcms/Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund a public-Private Partnership (2002-2010)


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