When used in reference to a datatype, 32bit means that the datatype (usually a pointer, integer or floating point number) is 32 bits wide.

When used in reference to a CPU, other hardware or OperatingSystem, 32bit means pointers are 32 bits wide.

See also: 16bit 64bit

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