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Can you open a file , from byte 1024 to 2048 , or from 8000 to 10000?

Fileread starts always by 0 :lmao:

Can you changed that?


-jaenster

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Hi,

for what? I guess it is easy just to display a file from byte x till byte y but I think you hava to read more then just these bytes.

So long,

Mega

PS: I remeber a while ago somebody asked it is possible to read a file from the back.


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Try this. It is a UDF that Larry wrote that allows you to read/write binary using the system API.

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...4&hl=binary


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