Hi all,\n\nI was thinking today, suppose we have the number\nn = 0xAB 0xFF\nwhich is equivalent to 44031 in decimal. In big endian it will be\nstored as\n10101011 11111111\nbut in little endian it will be\n11111111 10101011\nIf we then apply a bit shift n << 2; that would give us completely\ndifferent numbers. So is actually a left bit shift done to the left on\na big-endian and left bit shift on little endian is actually a right\nshift in the memory?\n\nThanks a lot\n\nPS. What other problems arise from endianness? Are there any good\nresources on that?