Unpacking Binary Data - not using struct module
laurent.pointal at limsi.fr
Thu Dec 16 15:27:52 CET 2004
> My questions ...
> 1) Does anyone recognize this numeric format ?
Seem to be some decimal coded binary, where you only use hexa from 0 to
9, coding corresponding decimal digits.
The trailing hexa F may be used to indicate the end of the number (if
number can have variable length) as it is normally not used as a digit
in this coding.
> 3) I think that the trailing "f" is sometimes used to indicate the
> sign of the number and perhaps even the number of decimal places ...
> but am not sure.
Maybe... but have you an example of a negative number ?
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