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I wish to load a binary file data. How do I open a binary file for reading and getting its data ?

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Liron
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dim sData as string
open "YourFile.bin" for binary as #1
sdata = string(lof(1),0)
get #1,,sdata
close #1

'binary file data is now in sData
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