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Octet

In computing, eight bits. An octet may be one byte; the terms are sometimes used interchangeably.
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* SETTINGS INITIAL WINDOW SIZE (0 x 4)-sender's initial window size, in octets, for stream-level flow control.
* SETTINGS MAX FRAME SIZE (0 x 5)-size of the largest frame payload that the sender is willing to receive, in octets. The initial value is [2.sup.14] octets.
The four LSBs ([b.sub.0], [b.sub.1], [b.sub.2], [b.sub.3]) of each octet are mapped onto one data symbol.
each of the octets, as well as in the concluding quatrain of the
concluding quatrain, in contrast to the octets), as if to distance the
For the common Class C addresses, where the first three octets represent the network address and the last octet represents the host/node number on that network, the subnet mask would be 255.255.255.0.
It is frequently written as four octets separated by periods.
This elaborated vehicle is here as elsewhere in Rossetti a short narrative, its action unfolding in a duration that corresponds to the duration of the reader's apprehension of the octet text.
The octet, one long suspended subordinate as clause, contrasts the "momentary glance" of a child's face in which the viewer suddenly sees the combined faces of the child's parents, with the second quatrain, in which the viewer sees, "as childhood's years and youth's advance," "the blended likeness" of the parents, that individualizes the adult as "separate" and distinctive.
Each ATM cell in the high-speed link is fixed at 48 octets, so very short message signaling units (MSUs) are less efficient because they do not utilize the entire available payload.
This information can then be broken down into the number of 48 octet packets.
Still, the Horn Octet, which as far as he knows is unique in the repertoire, has proved something of a hit with players.