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srec_msbin - Windows CE Binary Image Data Format
This format is the output of the Microsoft WinCE Platform Builder. This is a binary (non‐ text) file format. File names in this format typically (ambiguously) use the .bin suffix. File Format Files in this format start with a header record. Then comes the data itself, organized into records. The file finishes with an execution start address record. This is mandatory. File Header Record Data in this format start with an optional header containing the magic “B000FF\n”, followed by the image start (four bytes, little endian) address and the span of the image (highest address - lowest address + 1) (four bytes, little endian). The file header does not have a checksum; it is therefore possible that a corrupt file header will go undetected. ┌───────────┬────────────┬────────────┐ │Magic │ Least │ Greatest │ │“B000FF\n” │ Address │ Address │ │(7 bytes) │ (4 bytes) │ (4 bytes) │ --
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