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Thread: byte[] to bufferedImage always NULL?

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    Question byte[] to bufferedImage always NULL?

    Hello all,
    I have an image stored in a text file as the following:
    27\F4\0E\39\C7\E2\33\D4\48\D2\88\CD\EE\04\57\3A\85 \0A\51\79\F1\6A\..........................

    I want to convert this string into bufferedImage
    I tried the following solution but it is working correctly
    String dcmPixelData =Files.toString(new File("./files/imagebytes.txt"), Charsets.ISO_8859_1) // I tried all possible charsets
    PixelDatabyte = dcmPixelData.getBytes(charset); // here also I tried all possible charset

    bufferedImage = ImageIO.read(new ByteArrayInputStream(PixelDatabyte ));

    But my bufferedImage variable is always NULL

    I tried other solutions but non of them is working for me
    Please help me if you have any ideas???
    Kind regards,
    Baraa


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    Default Re: byte[] to bufferedImage always NULL?

    Read your data of file into string'
    Split them when '\' occurs...ans store them serially in array..........'
    Then, put [0]--> Red, [1]-->Green, [2]-->Blue, [3]-->Red...and so on...'

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