Breaking a 32-bit value into bytes for an ArrayList

I am very new to Java and its collections and I’m trying to figure out “best” way to populate an ArrayList<Byte> in Java. In particular, I’m trying to take a 32 bit number, divide it into bytes, and put it into big-endian order into the list. I’m not particularly interested in hyper-optimizing in this case; I’d rather the code be clean and readable.

I’ve got a couple issues that are obvious to me, but the biggest one is that I hate the fact that I am initializing the list with bogus values before I update them. But my choices seem to be that, or adding the elements in ascending order, which seems to make the code to extract the bytes significantly more complex.

Am I missing a better solution?

public void Add32BitValue(int value) {     // Adding 4 elements first to the list, so that      // I can modify them so they'll be in big endian     // order.       // (The code to directly add them in big endian      // order seems much more complex.)     for (int i=0; i<4; i++) {         list.add((byte)0);     }      // Now that the elements are in the arraylist, they      // can be set.       for (int i = 3; i >= 0; i--) {         list.set(list.size() + i - 4, (byte)value);         value = value >> 8;     } } 

Allowed memory size of 536870912 bytes exhausted

Got a php error, Allowed memory size of 536870912 bytes exhausted. It is quite strange, because I created a php info file to check the settings.

The setting of the server is memory_limit 12288M (server got enough free RAM).

What am I missing? Is there a other setting that is set to the 512MB?

Error:

PHP Fatal error:  Allowed memory size of 536870912 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 53248 bytes) in /lib/Varien/Image/Adapter/Gd2.php on line 74 

The maximum number of bytes allowed to be read from the stream has > been exceeded

I’m trying to create a list item through REST api, but the multitext field contains content larger than 1mb and I’m getting this error:

“The maximum number of bytes allowed to be read from the stream has been exceeded. After the last read operation, a total of 1049600 bytes has been read from the stream; however a maximum of 1048576 bytes is allowed.”

Any way to address / bypass this in O365

como importo correctamente un modulo a un script y porque me sale esa respuesta en la trnasformacion de bytes a kb ayuda

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