Re: How much data does the mud send out per day...?

From: George (
Date: 02/09/99

On Tue, 9 Feb 1999, Adrian wrote:

>Daniel Koepke wrote:
>>Matthew Lowe wrote:
>>> well I'm not sure how easy it would be but in the write to descriptor
>>> function just make it calculate the length of the strings sent out
>>> and I guess it would just keep adding up then devide that by 1024 and
>>> you should have your output.
>>Of course, dividing by 1024 wouldn't give you megabytes.  It'd give you
>well, but then if you took that number and divided it by 1000 you would get
>megabytes... or you could just divide the whole thing by 102400... that
>would be more sufficient.. but is megabytes what he's really after...?

Are you a marketing major perhaps?

George Greer

[ Hard drive marketing people decided 1 megabyte = 1 * 10^6 and 1 gigabyte
  = 1 * 10^9. Hence, my 10.1 "GB" hard drive is really ~9641 MB. ]

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