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Hello, my name is Amaad Ilyas. I am an IS Student here at VCU, and I am
close to graduating. I hope to work at Kinsale Insurance after graduating.
I am currently interning as a Data Analyst, mainly making SQL queries.
I hope to learn a lot in this course, it is a tough one but I'll be OK.


How big or small can the numbers be in a PC? It depends on the size of
the word, or number of bits the CPU can load at one time. And it depends
on whether the number is an integer or a floating point number
represented with binary logarithm. A 16-bit CPU can reference an integer
of 64k, or 0 through 65,535. A 32-bit CPU can reference 4 giga, or
0 through 4,294,967,295.


I've learned that nano is easier to use than vim, and that it is a good
choice for newer users. However, this class is about learning things in a
righteous way, so I will do my best to work with vim. I appreciate the
style and work ethic of all the students in this class, our TA Pranav,
and especially our Professor. I will do my best to work to this level of
performance and productivity.

No lines are longer than 80 characters, TYVM. Other specified properties aren't being scored automatically at this time so this is not necessarily good news...