I'm not sure where to post this, but here goes:
I'm trying to understand how a binary file (.DAT) generally works. I'm using a hex editor do this. I understand most of the file, however I'm stuck with this timestamp problem. I'm 100% sure that a part of this hex is the actual timestamp:
On screen, it outputs: 9/4/2009 5:22Code:e1 27 17 6f e6 69 c0 00 e1 27 18 65 10 84 ef
Note: it's DD/MM/YYYY formatted.
I've tried conversions (hex->decimal->timestamp) but no luck so far.. none of the results match the one that I've just posted above.
Any idea? Do I need to swap certain bytes or...? Or are we 100% sure that this is the actual timestamp?
Thanks in advance.