How to read code jpeg file?

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Hey,

I opened the file (jpeg) and I saw nothing except million of letters and numbers. Can you suggest me a program that can read the code JPEG file? 

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Best Answer by Jhon Nahoana
Answered By 0 points N/A #131685

How to read code jpeg file?

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Hi,

This only happens when you are not having the required program to open that file. One possibility is this that the file mentioned as JPEG but it is not a JPEG is secondly trying to open this in MS paint if it doesn’t display anything it mean that the file is corrupt or infected. Kindly perform these ways I hope you will open it.

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JK

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #131686

How to read code jpeg file?

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Hi,

There are a different formats like BMP, JPG, and ICO. To read this you have to use fetch in a byte of data (not just alphanumeric characters). You can't print it out on the screen; it's data, not ASCII text. You have to deal with every image individually. There are lots of libraries that will help you read it. Linux/Unix will not handle such images.

Answered By 580950 points N/A #316648

How to read code jpeg file?

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That is not an error because an image file like JPG (*.jpg) is a binary file. A binary file is a kind of file whose content must be interpreted by a program or hardware that understands in advance exactly how it is formatted. It is a file that contains machine-readable language and appears to be just codes like letters and numbers and other symbols.

If you open a JPG file and you see only symbols, it means you opened it with a wrong program like Notepad. To view the content of a JPG file properly, you need a photo editing program, photo viewer, photo gallery, or any software that deals with images. In Microsoft Windows, you can easily view the content of a JPG file using Windows Explorer.

Start Windows Explorer then navigate to the location of the image file. Next, right-click the JPG file and select “Preview”. This will open and display the content of the JPG file with Windows Photo Viewer.

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