/bi:t"sek"shu-*l/ Said of hardware, denotes willingness to compute or pass data in either big-endian or little-endian format (depending, presumably, on a mode bit somewhere). See also NUXI problem.
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bi-endianThe 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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