Little-Endian Definition

Multiple byte data values (not strings) are stored with the lowest order byte first. For example, the long integer &H01020304 is stored as this sequence of four bytes: &H04, &H03, &H02 and &H01. A Binary or Random file written using Put uses little-endian format so that it can be read using Get on any machine. (Big-endian machines, like the Power-PC, reverse the bytes as they are read by Get or written by Put.)