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Below is the structure or format of data in binary file: <structure> Offset Field Name size 0x0 magic_numbe 8 0x8 retry_count 1 0x9 number_record 1 0x10 dc_timestamp 8 <\structure> and the code is:
open(FH, "<DCdata.bin") or die "Can't open DCdata.bin file for reading +!"; binmode(FH); while (<FH>) { $index = 0; foreach $field_name (keys (%disk_structure)) { $value = read (FH, $buffer, ($field_name * 8), 0); print tell (FH); print "\n"; } foreach $f_name (keys (%disk_structure_record)) { $value_record = read (FH, $buffer, ($f_name * 8), 0); #print tell (FH)\n; } } close(FILE);

In reply to Re^2: Reading Binary files in Perl by pranjali_malode
in thread Reading Binary files in Perl by pranjali_malode

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