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Binary Field

Use this dialog to specify single field in the binary file definition. Field is a part of the header or record of a binary file.

Data type

Specifies the type of the field. Possible values are:

Type Description
Byte One byte integer value
Word 2 bytes integer value
Longword 4 bytes integer value
Bytes Array of bytes
String A string. The string type is specified by byte order, string encoding and string length properties of the definition.

If you check Show all data types check the following types will also be shown:

Type Description
Record size byte A byte value that specifies the size of the record in bytes. This can only be as the first field of the record.
Record size word A word value that specifies the size of the record in bytes. This can only be as the first field of the record.
Null terminated Ansi string A null terminated Ansi string
Null terminated UTF-8 string A null terminated UTF-8 string
Null terminated UTF-16 string A null terminated UTF-16 string
Ansi string with preceding length byte String size in byte following an Ansi string
UTF-8 string with preceding length byte String size in byte following an UTF-8 string
UTF-16 string with preceding length byte String size in byte following an UTF-16 string
Ansi string with preceding length word String size in word following an Ansi string
UTF-8 string with preceding length word String size in word following an UTF-8 string
UTF-16 string with preceding length word String size in word following an UTF-16 string

You should use these specific string types only in the case where single file used two or more different string encoding. It all strings are encoded in the same way use the generic string type and specify string encoding at the definition level.

Size

Specifies the size of the field in bytes. In the case of strings fields this is invisible.

Required value

Specifies the binary data that the field must always contain. Use this to define signature fields that are in the beginning of the file header. Leave this empty if the field can contain some other value but single one required value. You can enter the data as ASCII string or hex value. Check ASCII if you want to view and enter data as characters. Check Hex if you want to view or enter data as hexadecimal values.

Field type

Specifies the type of the item. Possible values are:

Value Description Notes
Ignore Item contains a value that is ignored.
Context Item contains context value.
Original Item contains original value. Only when importing to a project
Text Item contains text value. This is either localized or imported depending on the purpose of the text definition.
Comment Item contains a comment value.
Count Item contains a count of the items in the file. Only in the header fields of binary files
String length Item contains the length of the string in characters if string is encoded as UTF-16. Otherwise this contains length of the string in bytes. Only in the header fields of binary files
String size Item contains the length of the string in bytes. Only in the header fields of binary files

Depending on the selected data type some of the above values might not be available. Header fields can only contain ignore and count fields.