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Questions tagged [file-structure]

A file structure is a way of organizing files in a fashion that allows them to be queried and/or updated efficiently. **Please do not use this tag to ask about project structure.**

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Parsing oscilloscope binary data

I wrote a simply parser for Tektronix's internal binary file format .isf. The code is supposed to read in the file and return the header data as well as the actual ...
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Binary test file generator with checksum

In reading this question, it occurred to me that it would be helpful to create test files according to the file format specification. To recap, the file format is as follows: File format Note that ...
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Validating FileSystem Structure

I have a File System. It is *supposed* to be laid out / used / added to in certain ways. This is a program to report on the *actual* state of the file system versus what it's supposed to be. In ...
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Simple clicker game

I have started my clicker game using angular.js about week ago. I have finished current functionality first night, but still have feeling of misunderstanding some basic approaches. This is sources ...
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Parsing 4 Million Filenames

This is the next step in my project to query Companies House records. The first step, retrieving and validating the company numbers to be targeted, was covered here and I will include that code at the ...
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Save Games on iOS with NSCoding

This is the second time I have implemented saving and loading for a game using Objective-C. I am using the built in NSCoding methods. I would love to hear opinions about NSCoding and whether or not ...
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Parsing oscilloscope data, follow up

Follow-up up on Parsing oscilloscope binary data. I wrote a simple parser for Tektronix's internal file format .isf. I revised my code to the following: ...