Combining encrypted data

Mark Smith mark at maseurope.net
Wed Dec 20 11:55:29 EST 2006


The easiest way would probably be to base64Encode the three files  
(creates an ascii representation of the binary data) and store them 1  
per line in a text file.

Other than that, you might put 3 binary numbers at the start of the  
file representing their lengths, and then calculate offsets when  
reading the file.

Best,

Mark


On 20 Dec 2006, at 16:37, Richard Miller wrote:

> How do I combine three separate binary files of encrypted data into  
> one file so that I can later retrieve the three distinct pieces of  
> data from this one file and decrypt each? is there a particular  
> delimiting character to be used? Char 13 doesn't seem to be it.
>
> Thanks.
> Richard Miller
> Imprinter Technologies
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