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Just a really simple question that probably will not affect my programming in any way. I was looking at the binary file using a hex editor an i noticed there was a break between characters that did not make any sense of what the hex would be used for.
After size in the picture there is a 00 04 hex that does not make what it could be used for.
Also after smoking there is a 00 01. Not sure what it means.
Also after rate there is a 00 08.
Does anyone know what these value means in the binary file or should i just ignore them?
Also i have used that java class that lets you look a you binary file in a string format.