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Binary Network Byte Order

Binary Network Byte Order
   
using System;
using System.Net;
using System.Text;

public class BinaryNetworkByteOrder
{
   public static void Main()
   {
      short test1 = 45;
      int test2 = 314159;
      long test3 = -123456789033452;
      byte[] data = new byte[1024];
      string output;

      data = BitConverter.GetBytes(test1);
      output = BitConverter.ToString(data);
      Console.WriteLine("test1 = {0}, string = {1}", test1, output);

      data = BitConverter.GetBytes(test2);
      output = BitConverter.ToString(data);
      Console.WriteLine("test2 = {0}, string = {1}", test2, output);

      data = BitConverter.GetBytes(test3);
      output = BitConverter.ToString(data);
      Console.WriteLine("test3 = {0}, string = {1}", test3, output);

      short test1b = IPAddress.HostToNetworkOrder(test1);
      data = BitConverter.GetBytes(test1b);
      output = BitConverter.ToString(data);
      Console.WriteLine("test1 = {0}, nbo = {1}", test1b, output);

      int test2b = IPAddress.HostToNetworkOrder(test2);
      data = BitConverter.GetBytes(test2b);
      output = BitConverter.ToString(data);
      Console.WriteLine("test2 = {0}, nbo = {1}", test2b, output);

      long test3b = IPAddress.HostToNetworkOrder(test3);
      data = BitConverter.GetBytes(test3b);
      output = BitConverter.ToString(data);
      Console.WriteLine("test3 = {0}, nbo = {1}", test3b, output);
   }
}

           
         
    
    
  










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