I am very curious to see the source codes that describe an image. I want to actually check the source-codes of gif, jpeg etc. files.
Also, I am very curious to see the source codes that describe an sound. I want to actually check the source-codes of mp3 etc. files.
I use winamp and windows media to listen to listen to audio files or view video files.
I have lots of winamp audio and video files on my computer. So, how do I check the source codes of each of these audio and video files.
Look at it this way, if we ever want to check the source codes of a webpage loaded on-to our browsers, all we have to do is right-mouse-click and click the "view source" option to see the html source codes that describe a webpage's text and lay-out (design).
So, similarly, there must be some way to check a still image file and an audio and a video file's source-code.
When I check the source codes of a webpage, if that webpage has an image file then the source codes of that image file is not shown.
What is the solution ?