and you process the last 2 bytes separately, of course; it is field 101 of
type string (or sub-message or bytes), length 14, with the actual data
missing.

Marc

On 19 April 2010 15:53, Marc Gravell <marc.grav...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I know it wasn't the core part of the question, but note that BitConverter
> isn't especially helpful for protobuf, unless you happen to be dealing with
> [s]fixed{32|64} / float / double (it is unclear whether you mean "uint64" as
> a protobuf type or a language-specific type).
>
> Treating it as fixed/unsigned I get: 1453014483955211943
>
> Treat it as a variant, though, and you get:
>
> (handle continue bits)
>             0100100 1111001 0001001 0100101 1011110 0100111
> (normalize)
>             01 00100111 10010001 00101001 01101111 00100111
>
> = 1269450764071
>
> Marc
>
>
> On 19 April 2010 15:34, ikalbeniz <txup...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> here some test i have been doing with c#:
>>
>>            byte[] data2byte = new byte[8];
>>            data2byte[0] = (byte)167;
>>            data2byte[1] = (byte)222;
>>            data2byte[2] = (byte)165;
>>            data2byte[3] = (byte)137;
>>            data2byte[4] = (byte)249;
>>            data2byte[5] = (byte)36;
>>            data2byte[6] = (byte)42;
>>            data2byte[7] = (byte)20;
>>            Console.WriteLine(BitConverter.ToString(data2byte));
>>            Console.WriteLine(BitConverter.ToUInt64(data2byte,0));
>>            Console.WriteLine(BitConverter.ToUInt32(data2byte, 0));
>>            Console.WriteLine(BitConverter.ToInt64(data2byte, 0));
>>            Console.WriteLine(BitConverter.ToInt32(data2byte, 0));
>>            UInt64 result = 1269450764071;
>>            byte[] resultbyte = BitConverter.GetBytes(result);
>>            Console.WriteLine(BitConverter.ToString(resultbyte));
>>
>>
>> On 19 abr, 16:31, ikalbeniz <txup...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > I am developing a custom (and more simple) protobuff class for php.
>> > The problem I have is with date format that is stored as uint64. For
>> > example in a stream I have get from google Iknow that the “creation
>> > time” is satored in a bytearray with A7-DE-A5-89-F9-24-2A-14 if I
>> > convert this to uint64 I get this number 1453014483955211943 but I
>> > know (using java appi) that the result is 1269450764071.
>> >
>> > I do not know how de conversion has been done and if it is posible to
>> > do this in php.
>> >
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