>Thanks, but is that from theory? You know these days there are a lots
>of people who use this terminology:
>1 kB = 10^3 Bytes = 1000 Bytes
>1 kiB = 2^10 Bytes = 1024 Bytes
Theres a New Standard in year 2000 that introduces the term, KibiBit.
1Kibibit = 1000Byte
1KiloBit is still 1024Byte
Whether this new standard will be widely used, is still unknown and its
up to the programmers.