Saving A Packet From It's Native Form To The Actual Binary File
Aug 26, 2009
I'm attempting to download a file with a custom "message" i.e. with specific bytes sent to a server. I am using the lightweight utorrent setup file which could be easily downloaded with the statement in the first code tag or even using a WebRequest, WebResponse, StreamReader etc. But for some reasons I need to be able to code the "message". I would explain why but that would just be a diversion...Anyway the problem is that the packet gets saved in its native form but I need to be able to save the packet to the actual file without the header and etc. The sample code is in the second code tag.
Dim server As String = "download.utorrent.com"
Dim mySocket As Socket
I'm new to VB and trying to figure out how I can replace a bit of descriptive text in a binary file. I presume its binary as I cant open it with anything but a hex editor. I've changed the text (file description) in the hex editor and saved it fine but I'm unsure how I go about saving just the section of information I need. I can work out the saving bit later.In the attached file you'll see the highlighted bit I want to edit. I need to replace the whole line or the file corrupt but I can fill it up with null characters and the numbers are just
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I have a NET (version 3.5) Class Library written in VBNET 2008 (on Windows 7 x64) that will at times display a WinForm. The class lib will be used in Excel, and I want to set the NET WinForm to be a child of the Excel Application window. If I weren't using NET, I would just call the SetParent API function, but I can't seem to get this to work since WinForms (I assume) don't have a HWnd suitable for SetParent. I'm sure this is possible, but I just can't find the right properties and methods. The WinForm will be shown modelessly so the user can switch back and forth between Excel and the displayed WinForm.
extract a single file (WantedFile.xml) from a .ZIP file (THEBIGZipFile.zip) using native VB.NET Code?I think .NET FW 3.5 or 4.0 has "System.IO.Packaging.Package " which can be used? Not sure. Please advice.
Note: I will not be able to install or distribute any other DLLs like (ICSharp or VJ# or cant use process command to invoke winzip etc).
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Error 5 'Formatting' is not a member of 'System.Web.UI.WebControls.XmlBuilder'
Error 6 'WriteStartDocument' is not a member of 'System.Web.UI.WebControls.XmlBuilder'.
Error 7 'WriteComment' is not a member of 'System.Web.UI.WebControls.XmlBuilder'.
Error 8 'WriteStartElement' is not a member of 'System.Web.UI.WebControls.XmlBuilder'.
Error 10 'WriteAttributeString' is not a member of 'System.Web.UI.WebControls.XmlBuilder'.
there is like 30 errors in total... im literally stuck out my head been trying for 2 days now and can't grasp what im doing wrong ive tried even some of the tutorials online but loads of errors...
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Here's what I know: 1. how to open a new file 2. how to specify the record length 3. how to close the file
Some specific questions:
Does the record length have to be constant throughout the file?
Can I read the nth record without reading the whole file?
I've gone through about 16 hours and two packs of cigarettes trying to figure this out. First a little background. I was using 6.0 up until 2004 when I went to prison. I'm out now, and trying to relearn the trade, using VS 2005. I'm currently porting some 6.0 code from another project, SpyCast Webcam Studio, into VB 8.0. It's disheartening, to say the least. None of the old built-in subs/functions work anymore, so I have to scour the forums to relearn each and every function.The section I'm doing now takes a snapshot from the webcam (Video API --> PictureBox --> Save as Jpeg), then upens the file to upload it to the server via HTTP POST. I've been using this code in SpyCast for years with no trouble, but I spent many hours trying to piece together the right code to open the binary file to read its contents. I pieced together two methods I found around the forums, one using FileStream() though the code I found wasn't for binary files, even though it said it was, so that code doesn't really work. Method two uses Microsoft.VisualBasic.FileOpen() and works better.
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I designed a form and managed to fit graphics inside it. Picture box is 465 pixels high. Form1 is 500 pixels high. SnapShot of the screen verifies that the 500 pixel height is the overal height. It includes the upper Bar and lower frame. Is there an instruction to set the From's inner pixel size and not overal?
however, I am stuck at BinaryReader.actually this is what i am trying to acheive through VB.NET.say for the following file type :
JPG file = FF D8 FF E0 BMP file = 42 4D BE 4E PNG file = 89 50 4E 47 GIF file = 47 49 46 38
the above are the 4-byte headers in Hex(raw) I need to read these headers of any given file using OpenFileDialog using Button1_click event,on selection of any given file(*.* filters ON)it should use the BinaryReader and look for only 4-bytes starting from offset 0, and it should not go to EOF marker (-1).and have a variable to hold this 4-byte header value, to run this in a database table which will check the same header value in the table and would display the corresponding extension of the file. from the table.
I can do this using case, if then...etc.however, I have to do it using Database and also i need to check for testing purpose to use MsgBox() to display this variable which is holding the 4-byte header.however, the MsgBox doesnt allow anything other than String.
I need to save a datatable to a binary file , in binary format , in order to make the process fast because the datatable may contain up ten millions rows. So , XML is not favorable because it makes the file large sized , and the process will be slow.
I managed to save the datatable to a binary file , and it works fine , but the problem when I try to add new rows to the existing binary file (using a datatable with the same schema , but different rows data) , it copies the schema of the datatable to the binary file, making it very large.
I have a Binary file that has data represented in 1604 bytes. each set of data within these groups is composed of short (2 byte) numbers. I would like to creat a vb.net program that takes this binary file then converts it to numbers, and then places it within a new text file. How would I accomplish this?
I have a Windows form I would like to save the Ovals I created while running the form for use and review later I have been trying the SaveFileDialog but have not figured how to get my data out to the file that is created. I have read about using datatable but there again I'm working with that but need to find how to load all my Oval parameters into the table so I can recreate the current look of the form.
I've been using VB.NET for a few years now, but I never really got into binary files. How do you add onto binary files from the beginning? Here is some example code:
Dim writer As New IO.BinaryWriter(IO.File.Open("C:\Users\Dameon\Desktop\newbin.bin", IO.FileMode.CreateNew)) writer.Write("HELLO WORLD!")
How can I add onto the beginning of the file without overwriting what's already there? I'm trying to make my own file archive format. I have the compressing/decompressing down, but now I'm implementing adding/deleting a file after the archive already made.
I need make an application that gets binary code from a file, such as a .exe, (in 8-bit form) and display the charectors in a RichTextBox .BUT! The catch is I need it to do the process REALLY fast, like in a 5th 0.5 of a second. I have a method but it takes way to like, sometimes 5 seconds for 1 file, which isn't what I want This is the code I have:[CODE]......
How do I change bytes [text stored in those bytes] in a binary file?
I have a little function that read bytes 335-343 [For Keyer] and bytes 344-352 [for verifier] and displays it. These bytes store who the keyerID and VerifierID of a data entry file are. From time to time the Verifier Resumes the file [to insert new records], and his/her name gets stored in the KeyerID bytes. So if the original keyer had lots of errors, the new verifier now becomes the owner of this file and the errors are attributed to him/her [not fair]. He/She gets penalized when there are lots of errors.
My question to you is, how do I change the content of those bytes and save it to the file, without damaging any part of the file? I want to save 'H345' in those bytes, [H345 is an example of a Keyer/Verifier ID]
note - as of now I am using 010 Editor [binary editor]to manually change those bytes. When I use this editor, I can see the text portions for those bytes.[code]...
Iam working in a project need converting a wave file to binary..converting a file of such format(wave) to binary text in asp.net? I need that cause i want to cut the original file to many files, and add additional parts of the same type to them and combine them together in a one file again..