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Program for bit-comparing files?
post Oct 24 2006, 15:02
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Let's say I want to bit-compare two programs written in C++, what should I do? Are there any free programs which do this?

I understand that if I calculate checksums for the 2 programs and if both have the same checksum, then they're the same, is this correct?

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post Oct 24 2006, 15:43
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In a command-prompt you use the command fc [file1] [file2].
And yes. They should be identical if the checksum is.
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post Oct 25 2006, 22:12
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You forgot /b. The line should read:
fc /b file1.bin file2.bin

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post Nov 2 2006, 11:19
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use win SQL

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