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1452 | Context here is that, some number specified by a user is round up to some bits, like 1024, 2048, etc. so that it can make more sense for underlining cipher/hash algorithm. In usual human calculation, we have 四舍五入. 1024 or 2048 things are computer things. |

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1452 | I refer to the Chinese document on hash algorithm, there are two operations： - fill some bits at the tail (for example, sha256 needs ((bits length) Mod 512) = 448) - 填充
- and divide the fixed data into small pieces (for example, sha256 needs 1024-bit block) - 分组
And another adjective, if total length is a multiple of N bits, we can use 对齐(aligned、整列) to describe it. 舍入 is usually not used in bits operations. |

Thanks for your explanation.

Here, the semantics is "round up", not "fill" nor "align"; It is exactly same as we do real number 1.7320508 rounds up to integer 2, when it is needed to be integer . Or, when we only need three significant digits for calculation, pi=3.14159... is rounded down to 3.14.

In computer, binary representation is used (generally), binary digits `0110 1110` (hex value 6e, 110) is rounded up to `1000 0000` (hex value 80, 128), when only one significant binary digit (bit) is required.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rounding

Thanks, good explanation!

It is hard to find a word for exact description.

Thus just keep the original verb and add 比特 to confirm 位 is binary bits.