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Wrapping several .png files into one file

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Hello,
I am trying to take some .png files and put them in one file, which will also specify the position of the start and end of each file in the big file (so that I can recover them afterwards).
The idea is to do something like a zip file.
I'm not very familiar with operating binary files, so any help would be great!
Thanks,  Libby
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Question by:libbysharf
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MBo earned 50 total points
ID: 6941103
This is simple way. Look at Seek and Position for more complex work

If you need to save filenames in result file, write string:
N:=Length(Fname);
FS.Write(N,SizeOf(Integer));
FS.Write(FName[1],SizeOf(Integer));
and read
FS.Read(N,SizeOf(Integer));
SetLength(Fname,N);
FS.Read(Fname[1],N);
and then
FSSave:=tfilestream.create(fname...)



procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
var
FS,FSLoad:tfilestream;
N:integer;
begin
FS:=tfilestream.create('e:\files.dat',fmCreate);
N:=2;
FS.Write(N,SizeOf(Integer));
FSLoad:=tfilestream.create('e:\4.jpg',fmOpenRead);
N:=FSload.Size;
FS.Write(N,SizeOf(Integer));
FS.CopyFrom(FSLoad,N);
FSLoad:=tfilestream.create('e:\5.jpg',fmOpenRead);
N:=FSload.Size;
FS.Write(N,SizeOf(Integer));
FS.CopyFrom(FSLoad,N);
FSLoad.Free;
FS.Free;
end;

procedure TForm1.Button2Click(Sender: TObject);
var
FS,FSSave:tfilestream;
Num,N,NSize:integer;
begin
FS:=tfilestream.create('e:\files.dat',fmOpenRead);
FS.Read(Num,SizeOf(Integer));
for N:=1 to Num do begin
  FSSave:=tfilestream.create('e:\file'+inttostr(N)+'.jpg',fmCreate);
  FS.Read(NSize,SizeOf(Integer));
  FSSave.CopyFrom(FS,NSize);
  FSSave.Free;
end;
FS.Free;
end;
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by:libbysharf
ID: 6941271
Thanks,What happened was that I answered my question before I got any response... But I'll give you the points for the effort.
I think I did it a bit easier.
This is the code :

unit Unit1;

interface

uses
  Windows, Messages, SysUtils, Classes, Graphics, Controls, Forms, Dialogs,
  StdCtrls;

type
  TForm1 = class(TForm)
    Button1: TButton;
    Button2: TButton;
    procedure Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
    procedure Button2Click(Sender: TObject);
  private
    { Private declarations }
  public
    { Public declarations }
  end;

  FileDetails = record
    name : array[0..7] of char;
    size : integer;
  end;


var
  Form1: TForm1;
  FileDetailsArray : array[0..9] of  FileDetails;

implementation

{$R *.DFM}

procedure FileSave;
var
 FromF, ToF: file;
 NumRead, NumWritten: Integer;
 Buffer: array[1..2048] of Byte;
 count : integer;
begin
 AssignFile(ToF,'AllPng.gnp');
 Rewrite(ToF, 1);

 seek(ToF,sizeof(FileDetailsArray));
 AssignFile(FromF,'91827E42.png');
 Reset(FromF, 1);
 count:=0;
 repeat
  BlockRead(FromF, Buffer, SizeOf(Buffer), NumRead);
  BlockWrite(ToF, Buffer, NumRead, NumWritten);
  count:=count+NumRead;
 until (NumRead = 0) or (NumWritten <> NumRead);

 FileDetailsArray[0].name:='91827E42';
 FileDetailsArray[0].size:=count;

 AssignFile(FromF,'91842E42.png');
 Reset(FromF, 1);
 repeat
  BlockRead(FromF, Buffer, SizeOf(Buffer), NumRead);
  BlockWrite(ToF, Buffer, NumRead, NumWritten);
  count:=count+NumRead;
 until (NumRead = 0) or (NumWritten <> NumRead);

 FileDetailsArray[1].name:='91842E42';
 FileDetailsArray[1].size:=count;

 AssignFile(FromF,'91858E42.png');
 Reset(FromF, 1);
 repeat
  BlockRead(FromF, Buffer, SizeOf(Buffer), NumRead);
  BlockWrite(ToF, Buffer, NumRead, NumWritten);
  count:=count+NumRead;
 until (NumRead = 0) or (NumWritten <> NumRead);

 FileDetailsArray[2].name:='91858E42';
 FileDetailsArray[2].size:=count;

 seek(ToF,0);
 BlockWrite(ToF, FileDetailsArray, sizeof(FileDetailsArray), NumWritten);

 CloseFile(FromF);
 CloseFile(ToF);
end;


procedure FileLoad;
var
 FromF, ToF: file;
 NumRead, NumWritten: Integer;
 Buffer: array[1..2048] of Byte;
 count : integer;
begin
  AssignFile(ToF,'re1.png');
  Rewrite(ToF, 1);
  AssignFile(FromF,'AllPng.gnp');
  Reset(FromF, 1);
  BlockRead(FromF,FileDetailsArray , SizeOf(FileDetailsArray), NumRead);

 
  count:=0;
  repeat
    if (count+SizeOf(Buffer))>FileDetailsArray[0].size then
    begin
      BlockRead(FromF, Buffer,FileDetailsArray[0].size-count, NumRead);
      BlockWrite(ToF, Buffer, NumRead, NumWritten);
      count:=count+NumRead;
    end
    else
    begin
      BlockRead(FromF, Buffer, SizeOf(Buffer), NumRead);
      BlockWrite(ToF, Buffer, NumRead, NumWritten);
      count:=count+NumRead;
    end;
   until (NumRead = 0) or (NumWritten <> NumRead);

   CloseFile(ToF);

   AssignFile(ToF,'re2.png');
   Rewrite(ToF, 1);
   count:=0;
   repeat
    if (count+SizeOf(Buffer))>(FileDetailsArray[1].size-FileDetailsArray[0].size) then
    begin
      BlockRead(FromF, Buffer,FileDetailsArray[1].size-FileDetailsArray[0].size-count, NumRead);
      BlockWrite(ToF, Buffer, NumRead, NumWritten);
      count:=count+NumRead;
    end
    else
    begin
      BlockRead(FromF, Buffer, SizeOf(Buffer), NumRead);
      BlockWrite(ToF, Buffer, NumRead, NumWritten);
      count:=count+NumRead;
    end;
   until (NumRead = 0) or (NumWritten <> NumRead);

   CloseFile(ToF);

   AssignFile(ToF,'re3.png');
   Rewrite(ToF, 1);
   count:=0;
   repeat
    if (count+SizeOf(Buffer))>(FileDetailsArray[2].size-FileDetailsArray[1].size) then
    begin
      BlockRead(FromF, Buffer,FileDetailsArray[2].size-FileDetailsArray[1].size-count, NumRead);
      BlockWrite(ToF, Buffer, NumRead, NumWritten);
      count:=count+NumRead;
    end
    else
    begin
      BlockRead(FromF, Buffer, SizeOf(Buffer), NumRead);
      BlockWrite(ToF, Buffer, NumRead, NumWritten);
      count:=count+NumRead;
    end;
   until (NumRead = 0) or (NumWritten <> NumRead);

   CloseFile(ToF);

   CloseFile(FromF);
end;

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
begin
  FileSave;
end;

procedure TForm1.Button2Click(Sender: TObject);
begin
  FileLoad;
end;

end.
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