3370204e // bytes4(keccak256("enter(bytes8)"))
000000000000000000000000000000000000000008dfe2f440000733c0000000 // 0x8dfe2f440000733c0000000 uint96 padded to 32 bytes
8dfe2f440000733c000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 // 0x000008dfe2f440000733c bytes8 padded to 32 bytes
Furthermore, to interface with contracts that do not adhere to the ABI, the function call is provided which takes an arbitrary number of arguments of any type. These arguments are padded to 32 bytes and concatenated. One exception is the case where the first argument is encoded to exactly four bytes. In this case, it is not padded to allow the use of function signatures here.
Note that uintN is left padded and bytesN is right padded. From documentation:
uint<M>: enc(X) is the big-endian encoding of X, padded on the higher-order (left) side with zero-bytes such that the length is 32 bytes.
bytes<M>: enc(X) is the sequence of bytes in X padded with trailing zero-bytes to a length of 32 bytes.