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BinaryLen() size differ on different computers when combining data

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Trying to "convert" a binary into a useable string is going to be extremely deceptive.

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2 hours ago, SOLVE-SMART said:

Hi @Factfinder,

did you already try what @KaFu was suggesting to you?

Maybe this will help us narrow down the problem further. Thanks.

Best regards

Hi Sven,

Yes, I did. I tried many different flags. The closest size was with 1 and it seems that on my main system, it works like 4.

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1 hour ago, jchd said:

Trying to "convert" a binary into a useable string is going to be extremely deceptive.

I concur, comparing e.g. md5 hashes is much more reliable to confirm the files integrity.

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