Does any one recognize this binary data storage format
dejan.wirusrodiger at ck.t-com.hr
Tue Aug 9 23:28:35 CEST 2005
geskerrett at hotmail.com said the following on 9.08.2005 22:45:
> Yes I double checked as I appreciate any help, but that is what is
> stored on disk.
> If it helps, we modified Ex#3. to be 777-777-7777
> On disk this is now 00 00 10 87 77 F9 Fc 41
> All the input fields are filled in this new example.
So for number with 10 digit numbers you could say that it is:
1CF977871 SHL 4 bits = 1C F9 77 87 10
write them from right to left and shift left for 8 bits
10 87 77 f9 1C 00
And then add F0 41
Could you also give some examples with nine to one digits?
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