On 7 May 2013 18:53, "Marc Gravell" <marc.grav...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Protobuf has a fee encodings for integer data, which basically come down
> to:
>
> - varint (with or without zigzag)
> - fixed-32 (always 4 bytes)
> - fixed-64 (always 8 bytes)
>
> For 16 bits, you will do best with varint. If the data can be negative
> (signed), ensure you are using the zigzag form (sint32). But that is all
> the options.
>
> Marc
> On 7 May 2013 18:36, "王海龙" <hailongwang...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> I have a question here,
>> I want use int16 (short) to verify a variable,because int32 is too big
>> for me , I want to reduce the length of my package.
>> Is there any way to do this?
>> Thank you !
>>
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