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CAn you please make sure the following is for 32 bit or 64 bit

p13390677_112040_AIX_1of2.zip
p13390677_112040_AIX_2of2.zip
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I don't think you can tell from the file name.

You might be able to tell once you unzip them and look at the readme file.

When in doubt, go back to Oracle Support and download the one you want for the bit version you need.  This way you know since you are the one that downloaded it.

FYI:
When I download patches from Oracle, I always place them in a specific folder that I create.  I add the Oracle release and Bit version to the folder name.
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