0

In the video offering tips for the "Recover" assignment, a graphic is shown, which depict the blocks of memory containing the jpeg files. The last block of memory is shown as "EOF" and appears to not be part of the JPEG preceding it. Does this imply that we do not want to read and write the last block of data on the "memory card"?

0

EOF is not currently part of the data of the file you need to recover, it's a constant issued by the system to tell your program that the reading index is at the end of the file. You should not write the block if it contains EOF.

You must log in to answer this question.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged .