Content miss match

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    Content miss match

    I am using c to read and write contents of a file into other:

    FILE *ptr;
    status_t status;
    uint32_t block_size, result;
    uint32_t num_blocks;
    char temp_buffer[1024];

    ptr = fopen("file.RAW", "r+");
    fseek(ptr, 0, SEEK_SET);

    if (ptr == NULL)
    return -1 ;
    block_size = 1024;
    // allocate memory to contain the whole file:
    // temp_buffer = (char*) malloc (sizeof(char)*block_size);



    num_blocks = sizeof(char);

    result = fread(&temp_buffer, num_blocks, block_size, ptr);

    ptr = fopen("file3.txt", "w+");

    fseek(ptr, 0, SEEK_SET);

    if (ptr == NULL)
    return -1;

    block_size = sizeof(temp_buffer);
    num_blocks = sizeof(char);
    fwrite(&temp_buffer, num_blocks, block_size, ptr);
    status = fclose(ptr);

    But when i open file3.txt i see these symbols:
    `~ +Pg]Ns

    Is there way to see the binary content of this file.

    PS: i also tried same in python but no success

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    Is there way to see the binary content of this file.
    You'll need some sort of hex editor/viewer to view your binary file.

    Jim

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