What is a file BIN ??? What I can run this fille and what I can make this file ???
Posted on 2002-01-25 08:21:31 by jelcyn
Hi,

*.BIN file is generally pure machine code file. for example dos *.com file.

but some programs generated *.bin extension file. this files possible contain any data and code, or nothing.

for windows programs required sections, imports, stack and etc
not run direct pure code. if run this not windows program possible dos *.com file. (if extention com)




have nice days,
Posted on 2002-01-25 08:32:54 by CYDONIA
*.BIN is an cd ISO image :grin:
Posted on 2002-01-25 08:42:35 by bazik
BIN files are in old programms for DOS. There files have very small size, and have binary format
Posted on 2002-01-25 09:04:30 by jelcyn
hi,

just rename file name *.bin to *.com,

!!! but before running save document and works. because this file to cause some exceptions or loops. if you have antivirus please check it (for virus, or bad programs )

good luck,
Posted on 2002-01-25 09:16:01 by CYDONIA
As Cydonia said, bin can be anything... since it means "binary"...
I myself, like many ithers programmers, used this extension in some of my programs to name the output files... so...

You can always try to open it using the Laden utility (How funny tonight ! :rolleyes: )
Posted on 2002-01-25 09:55:55 by JCP
A *.bin file referers to anything that could contain characters with ASCII codes greater than 127. Back in the old DOS days, you would use Exe2Bin to create a binary memory image of an executable.

Since then binaries, executables, and images have at times synonymous meanings.
Posted on 2002-01-26 16:51:22 by eet_1024