Working with Buffers and Little Endian
In this lab, you will be working with Buffers in Node.js using the
writeIntLE() method, which allows you to write a specified integer value to the buffer with little-endian byte order. Little-endian means that the least significant byte of an integer comes first, and the most significant byte comes last.
To achieve this goal, you have to complete the following tasks:
- Create a specified buffer of size 8.
- Write a 32-bit integer to the buffer using little-endian byte order.
- Extract the written integer from the buffer as a string.
By the end of this lab, you will have a good understanding of how to work with Buffers and little-endian byte order in Node.js.