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Clarification of binary items used to begin and end transmitted files

Posted on 2013-06-16
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Hey guys!!

I am trying to recreate a file that has a backwards capital r at the beginning and a lower case backwards r at the end.  Both seem to be subscripts.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Jerry
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Could you please explain?
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I think this character may be a binary but I'm not sure.  It's embarrassing to not have the knowledge to ask a legitimate question.

Thanks,

Jerry
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You can do a byte read from the file and find what are these 2 values while you are in debug...
debugDoes this answer your question?
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jpnnidip!!!  Thanks for the post!!

Yes it does answer my question and it runs but I can't see where it is puttling the values for each character.

Sorry,

Jerry
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I can't see where it is puttling the values for each character
What do you mean?
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jpnnidip!!!  Thanks for the post!!

Yes it does answer my question and it runs but I can't see where it is puttling the values for each character.

Where would it display the binaryvalue of each ascii character?

Thanks,
Jerry
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If you are under Visual Studio, just hover your cursor over the object you have just read (in my example is name "bytes").
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Perfect answer!!
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