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version, I will run my app by packaging it. All of a sudden, the blocks that I use for coding are no longer blocks, and instead, are converted to binary code. In Android- based devices, the apps are packaged in an .apk file and then compiled, like you need to do with other programming languages. Every time you need to make a change after that, you need to re compile and export the app as its no longer blocks and now binary code. As we've learned in this lesson, a byte is about the same amount of memory as a character, such as the letter "t". There are approximately 7 million characters in all of the Harry Potter novels combined. How many bytes of memory would all of the Harry Potter novels take up? How many copies of the Harry Potter novels would fit on a 7 Gigabyte flash drive? (Remember, 1 Gigabyte is a billion bytes) * Being that one byte is approximately the same amount of memory as one character, this will mean that the Harry Potter novels would take up 7 million bytes of memory. We can store around 1,000 copies of the entire Harry Potter book series in a 7 Gigabyte flash drive. SUBMIT
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