> 192.168.5 should be interpreted as in host address context,
> but as in network address context. (Such network address
> context is well seen in sentences such as "10/8", "192.168/16".)
The only problem I see with 10/8 is that when broken down into binary they
do not match


and just 10


the significance of one "octet" is that the above( can be written
in this form as 167772160 which doesn't equal 10

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