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How to convert bytearray of 64 bit to readable form of data
Indrajeet last edited by
I have following data which
I tried to convert it as shown below but still I m getting the same format.
@QByteArray text = QByteArray::fromHex("UEsDBBQAAAAIAKtGLEAhtt64Xy8AAHWpAgBMAGYAU3ltcGhvbnlQbHVzL3Byb2plY3RzL0lFQzYx");
How to resolve this.
lgeyer last edited by
You know that <code>UEsDBBQAAAAIA...</code> is no valid hex by any means, do you?
Where does this data come from? What should it represent? Is it possible that you've meant Base64 and <code>QByteArray::fromBase64()</code>, not 64 bit?
bu7ch3r last edited by
A hex string should have only capitals characters from A to F in your code there is U, K ...
Indeed Lukas is base 64:
PK����«F,@!¶Þ¸_/��u©�L�f�SymphonyPlus/projects/IEC61. Anyway i think it's not coded right...
text.data() must also be converted to an utf format or something...