What is the difference between ASCII file and a binary file?
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- eAnswers...Jun 21, 2014
The "text" file that is readable by the naked eye because it only contains the letters a-z, numbers, carriage returns and punctuation marks is called "ASCII file". However, a binary file is not readable by the naked eye because it contains the ASCII characters in addition to binary codes which a machine can only read.
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