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Thread: using button

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    Default using button

    i have created a browse button and have been able to browse files but now i have to change the content of that file into byte how do i do so please help.

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    Default Re: using button

    change the content of that file into byte
    Changes are not needed. All files are made of bytes already.

    Please post the code you are having problems with.
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