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amitgupta
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BigBit standard for numeric format and character encoding

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BigBit standard for numeric format and character encoding

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I've created BigBit standard few months back to solve the problem of precision loss and to store a number in relatively less space. So if I say -25.4, it'll take 2 bytes. But in IEEE 754 standard, it takes fixed 4 bytes for binary32/float, and fixed 8 bytes for binary64/double format. BigBit standard can represent any number in the universe without precision loss. In summary, a developer need not to remember multiple type of data types and still get optimum result. In addition, BigBit standard defines a character encoding which takes less space in comparison of UTF encoding.
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