Well your question is not quite clear but you can always use fopen command with :
“rb” Open a binary file for reading
“wb” Create a binary file for writing
“ab” Append to a binary file
“rb+“ Open a binary file for read/write
“wb+“ Create a binary file for read/write
“ab+“ Open a binary file for read/write
>This helps, but to clarify, instead of taking a string of charecters from a text file and throwing
>them into an array, is it possible to take that same concept but do it with binary? Thanks
Yes, but don't expect that you would be able to display them. A binary file is a stream of unformatted character. That is, it is raw and does not follow ASCII standards. Hence your terminal won't be able to display it. But it sure can be dumped into a char array.
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