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Example for 'pay-to-pubkey-hash' is quoted in Wiki bitcoin script. I have a doubt that 14 is for bytes to push. But the data to push is 20 bytes. Please anyone could explain to me?

Script:

76 --> OP_DUP
A9 --> OP_HASH160
14 --> Bytes to push

89 AB CD EF AB BA AB BA AB BA AB BA AB BA AB BA AB BA AB BA --> Data to push

88 --> OP_EQUALVERIFY
AC --> OP_CHECKSIG

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    20 in decimal is equal to 14 in hexadecimal
    – Ugam Kamat
    Jul 17, 2019 at 6:20

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As Ugam Kamat commented:

20 in decimal is equal to 14 in hexadecimal

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