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Low 32-bits of 64-bit value

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Zer0Velocity

Hi all, I can't understand this following statement taken from nzbget's rpc documentation. I wonder if anyone knows how I can convert the value or understand this statement?

Remaining size of all (remaining) files in group in bytes, Low 32-bits of 64-bit value.

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czardas

It probably means something like the high bits indicate something else or they are not needed. BTW googling "nzbget's rpc documentation" just returns this one page in the results.

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czardas

Well my guess is that the 64-bit value is divided into two chunks, each containing 32-bits. So for example the following 64-bit integer would be divided as follows:

0x12341234ABCDABCD <== 64-bit integer

0x12341234 would represent the High 32-bits of 64-bit value.

0xABCDABCD would represent the Low 32-bits of 64-bit value.

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