Hey, I just wondered if anyone could explain what binary files are relatively used for and show me a practical implication of them with an alias or mini-script. I've read the help file but i just need to see the binary files to actually do something to work. :tongue:
Binary practically means everything that is NOT a plain text file, eg exe files, zip files, image files, movie files, etc. You can use it to have mIRC download/upload files to webservers and ftp servers.
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You most likely would not read an exe file unless you are familiar with the MS PE (portable executable) file format, which based on your question, I'm assuming you're not. A good example of binvars is in most http file downloader scripts, try looking on www.mircscripts.org for a file downloader, it most likely will use binary variables.
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