3.3.1.  Byte-invariant big-endian format

In byte-invariant big-endian (BE-8) format, the processor stores the most significant byte of a word at the lowest-numbered byte, and the least significant byte at the highest-numbered byte. Figure 3.1 shows byte-invariant big-endian (BE-8) format.

Figure 3.1. Byte-invariant big-endian (BE-8) format

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