Little Things Doth Crabby Make – Part XXIII. IEC 60027 Still Makes Me Crabby!

I know the base 10, base 2 IEC 60027-2 thing only makes me crabby. But since it does, I had to make a Little Things post. This sort of stuff, well, makes me crabby:

OK, now that’s off my chest. Have a good day and thanks for stopping by.

2 Responses to “Little Things Doth Crabby Make – Part XXIII. IEC 60027 Still Makes Me Crabby!”


  1. 1 mgogala December 2, 2021 at 8:45 pm

    Hi Kevin,
    I am surprised to see you making ext4 partition. From your previous articles I know that you are a XFS fan and that ext4 could not until fairly recently write in a multi-threaded mode. What made you change your mind?
    Regards


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