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Re: How do I read/write binary image data? (fwd)

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  • Subject: [mg7982] Re: How do I read/write binary image data? (fwd)
  • From: dougb at scv.net (Doug Buettner)
  • Date: Wed, 30 Jul 1997 23:57:33 -0400
  • Organization: SCVNET
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

The version out on their Web site (unless they just recently upgraded it) only 
works under Windows95 (with some manipulations of some dll files) or less. 
The version does not work under NT4.0 .. however, they do have a patch 
available for the 4.0 version.

FastBinaryFiles is crucial for reading and writing large binary files... and 
is at least an order of magnitude faster..

Douglas J. Buettner


In article <5r9kh6$920 at smc.vnet.net>, elsner at avalon.msfc.nasa.gov (Ron Elsner) 
wrote:
>Reading or writing large binary files with Mathematica is 
>hopeless without the MathLink package FastBinaryFiles 
>written by Todd Gayley and available from Wolfram for free 
>from their MathSource web site.  Basically this is a C library.
>
>It is documented in the Mathematical Journal Vol4 Issue 2, 
>Spring 1994, p. 44.  
>
>I have no clue why this package isn't included in the released 
>software.
>
>Hope this helps.
>
>--Ron Elsner
>


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