> "b" isn't mentioned in the table of disk/memory size format flags. I know it's mentioned further on but it belongs in the table.
On Tue, 24 Feb 2009 07:04:35 -0600, rconn <> wrote:
|> "b" isn't mentioned in the table of disk/memory size format flags. I know it's mentioned further on but it belongs in the table.
|Since it's ignored (it equals a scale factor of 1) I don't know that
|putting it in the table serves much purpose, but I'll add it to the list.
It seems it **must** be present if you want @FILESIZE to give allocation in
bytes ... @FILESIZE[...,b,a].
> The command
> echo %@filesize[/s *,b,a] %@filesize[/s *]
> indeed returned the same value twice, meaning that the parser accepted the
> optional ,a parameter, but the code ignored it. Not up to your usual
> On Tue, 24 Feb 2009 19:13:54 -0600, rconn <> wrote:
> ||It seems it **must** be present if you want @FILESIZE to give allocation in
> ||bytes ... @FILESIZE[...,b,a].
> |That would certainly be true if it weren't that the allocation option was removed a couple of years ago (in order to support /S). I need to update the docs.
> I don't see how they conflict, or even make life difficult for each other. My
> (now abandoned) @DU had it right from the beginning ... whenever a filesize
> was added to the byte total, a number of clusters was added to the cluster total
> ... a one-liner.
> Anyway, if one were interested (as one might be) in the disk space used, bytes
> allocated seems a must.
If it was that critical, somebody should have noticed during the past
couple of years ...
It's becoming increasingly common for bugs and other unfortunate things to go undetected for a long time. There's an awful lot of stuff in TCC. When someone raises a question about some feature, others start playing with that feature and that feature's features come to light. That'll continue.
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