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Should class files be uploaded in binary or ascii?
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They should be sent as binary.. However, another method is to simply use the "automatic" detection feature in the FTP program...

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Thanks, I had just learned about the auto feature in WsFtp today and that is why I was wondering, it uploads as binary unless otherwise specified. Thanks again
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