[Tutor] Converting binary file date into a file?
tjampman at gmail.com
Fri Jan 18 22:28:25 CET 2008
I made a small python program at home and tried to send by email attachments
to my studymates.
The attachment however shows up as a strange text
the first lines look like this:
M1F]R<_AG(#(@+2 R(&=E;F5R871O<F5R("T at 1$<R#0H@"5!I"0E08 at D)4"!O
M;&EE<'5M<&4)4"!V86YD<'5M<&4)4"!F<FEK=&EO;@EB97)E9VYE="!08 at T*
M5&EM92 P( DS-C4Q-3 at N-30T-#0T( DS-C(S-C N," ),3(R,BXR,C(R,C(R
@X.2 ),3$R+C(S,S,S,S,S,R ),S0Y,3,T+C$W,S at U
M,PT*5&EM92 Q( DS-3 at P.#4N-CDT-#0T( DS-34S-# N," ),3(R,BXR,C(R
I was thinking that it might be the binary representation of my .py files?
(the files were not compresses, just basic .py-files)
If so is there anyways its possible to convert it back into an ordinary text
file? through either Python og Windows?
I ain'tt gonna be back to my own PC for the rest of the weekend so some of
the study work requires me to decode the attachments.
All help highly appriciated
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