Decoding .BIN Binary File Python
I'm new to decoding bin files and am a bit lost after reaching the point where I can get this type of information from the file: b'\xb8\xa3\r\xd1\x18]\xbd\x14\x11\x03\x91n\xc5\x88%\x004\x05\x01\x00\x00\x00\xe9B\x04\xd1\x18]\xbd\x14\x08\x01' I honestly have no idea where to go from here. I've tried using struct and that hasn't helped. Any help would be appreciated. I will answer any questions to the best of my ability. My results should be tick data if that is any help.
struct library is the right thing to decode binary data. however, you need to have some information about the data itself if you want to unpack this file. If this is tick data then you should have information about its structure like types of fields, row length, information about byte order etc. maybe there is documentation or something?
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