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↑Cohen, Danny (April 1, 1980). «On Holy Wars and a Plea for Peace». ...which bit should travel first, the bit from the little end of the word, or the bit from the big end of the word? The followers of the former approach are called the Little-Endians, and the followers of the latter are called the Big-Endians.Parâmetro desconhecido |ien= ignorado (ajuda).