bi- +"Ž endian
Referring to a system or network that can operate with either a big-endian or little-endian orientation. See also endianess, big-endian, and little-endian.
The ability to switch between big endian and little endian ordering. For example, the PowerPC is a bi-endian CPU. See byte order.
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