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it IS easy

ever tryed to rename a ZIP to .txt

send it by msn and then rename it :D its intact :)

just do the same with autoit.

the best thingtodo is convert it to hex first. that'll reduce the number of errors i think, i had a topic about converting files to hex, but i never finished it.

*If u thought life couldn't get worse, u meet me *<guy> What would you give my little sister to unzip ?<friend> 10 bucks<guy> No, i mean like Winzip...
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it IS easy

ever tryed to rename a ZIP to .txt

send it by msn and then rename it :huh: its intact :D

just do the same with autoit.

the best thingtodo is convert it to hex first. that'll reduce the number of errors i think, i had a topic about converting files to hex, but i never finished it.

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You will have no prob on msn, caus msn can handle binary files.

The thing is, autoit dous not!

Converting to hex strings makes it twice the size to transfer, but that works

Working on a solution for that in the creating (rewrite of somone elses) of a dll

It's somthing of a Enc encoder used with newsposts, it converts binary data to txt with a efficency of 97,somthing % meaning: if converted file = 100% the original will be 97,somting % of that

You can download the original source hier

Sins my c++ skils are crappy (close to none at all :D ), and it will take me to long to do that maybe some one can do somthing with it

My taugth was to do somting like:

txt = Encode(filename, startbyte, blocksize) on the sender side (with a dll call that is)

wich read the data to send from the file

and

result = Decode(recieveddata,startWriteOnByte)

wich will write the recieved data to the file and the result would be the succes or fail

Must be possible to do somthing like that with the write C++/C skils (wich i dont have now :) ,so it will take ........ mucho time for me to get the hang of C++ first)

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you don't have to wait

Converting to hex strings makes it twice the size to transfer, but that works

just read the file to a var (wich is very hard), covert it to hex.

send it line by line.

when the recieves has all, de-hex it, and rename to exe or zip or whatever.

*If u thought life couldn't get worse, u meet me *<guy> What would you give my little sister to unzip ?<friend> 10 bucks<guy> No, i mean like Winzip...
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you don't have to wait

just read the file to a var (wich is very hard), covert it to hex.

send it line by line.

when the recieves has all, de-hex it, and rename to exe or zip or whatever.

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

You still need a dll then, you can not hex it with autoit (autoit still cant propperly read binary files, remember)

use lazycats binary.dll to hex and dehex it

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