Wisp Posted December 9, 2017 Share Posted December 9, 2017 (edited) So I've been thinking about kit values, because why not? IESDP currently states that the value is stored in a big-endian format, but unless I have really misunderstood the concept, the kit value is not big-endian. It uses a reversed word order, but the words themselves are little-endian. The value 0x80000000 is stored as 00 80 00 00 in the CRE and the value 0x4005 is stored as 00 00 05 40. Were they big-endian they'd be 80 00 00 00 and 00 00 40 05. Edited December 9, 2017 by Wisp Quote Link to comment
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