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do you have any idea for this strange behaviour ?

Frankly, no. When I run the version I posted on my system:

C:\test>del ch C:\test>type #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; srand(); my $fil = "ch"; open( OUT, '>>', $fil ) or die $!; binmode OUT; for my $i ( 1 .. 10_000 ) { my $j = int( rand( 20_000 ) ) + 440_000; my $k = substr( pack( 'l>', $j ), 1 ); print OUT $k; } close( OUT ); print "DONE !"; C:\test>junk4 DONE ! C:\test>dir ch Volume in drive C has no label. Volume Serial Number is 8C78-4B42 Directory of C:\test 13/10/2011 15:29 30,000 ch 1 File(s) 30,000 bytes 0 Dir(s) 119,252,598,784 bytes free

I get exactly the result you'd expect?

Are you running it via a webserver? If so, maybe that has something to do with it, but that's not my arena.

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In reply to Re^6: 3-byte representation by BrowserUk
in thread 3-byte representation by gerleu

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