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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
I'm adding new pages to a friend's website. The site already has 710,145 bytes on it of the 10mb available (free space from ISP). Does this figure mean there is about 3mb free or are my calculations incorrect?
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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give or take a few thousand yea MB yea ;-) i think

710 145 bytes = 0.677247047 megabytes (so just under 7MB)

so yea, just over 3MB left
1 Like #2
>710 145 bytes = 0.677247047 megabytes (so just under 7MB)

10MB (megabytes) is 10 MILLION bytes = 10,000,000 bytes

You have used about 700,000 bytes (about 0.7MB) so less than 1MB.

So you still have 9.3MB left.

So you have only used about 7% of the 10MB space, you still have 93% of the 10MB space left.
#3
guilbert53
>710 145 bytes = 0.677247047 megabytes (so just under 7MB)

10MB (megabytes) is 10 MILLION bytes = 10,000,000 bytes

You have used about 700,000 bytes (about 0.7MB) so less than 1MB.

So you still have 9.3MB left.

So you have only used about 7% of the 10MB space, you still have 93% of the 10MB space left.


:?
#4
Jumpingphil
:?


Lol, think he got a little confused by the end, but I think we can still give him some marks for showing his working out :D
#5
DragonChris
Lol, think he got a little confused by the end, but I think we can still give him some marks for showing his working out :D


Sorry guys, but I cant figure out where I have gone wrong.

I double checked my figures before posting to make sure I was right.

Is 710,145 bytes about 0.7 of a MB?

And he has 10MB, so by my reckoning has used less than 10% of it.

Help me here guys.
1 Like #6
guilbert53
Sorry guys, but I cant figure out where I have gone wrong.

I double checked my figures before posting to make sure I was right.

Is 710,145 bytes about 0.7 of a MB?

And he has 10MB, so by my reckoning has used less than 10% of it.

Help me here guys.


You are right with the amount he has left, I think you confused people with 2 different figures..

He has 10mb

He has used 0.71mb

He has 9.29mb left

in your first post you put 710,000 bytes = just under 7mb (should be 0.7 as in the second comment you made)
1 Like #7
700,00 bytes is .7mb, therefore 9.3mb left.

Simples
#8
greg_68
in your first post you put 710,000 bytes = just under 7mb (should be 0.7 as in the second comment you made)


Oh I see.

The first line of my append was quoting the first poster who got it wrong. Which is why I put a ">" next to it.

Disco

710 145 bytes = 0.677247047 megabytes (so just under 7MB)
so yea, just over 3MB left


I was quoting that line to show how he got it wrong and then correcting him.

Next time I will use the proper "quote" button !
1 Like #9
Ah, guilbert this is what was confusing:

>710 145 bytes = 0.677247047 megabytes (so just under 7MB)

I see, you were quoting him... I see now. And yes, 710,145 bytes = 710KB not MB :p

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