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MacBinary

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MacBinary is a that combines the two forks of a classic Mac OS file into a single file, along with extended metadata. The resulting file is suitable for transmission over , the World Wide Web, and electronic mail. The documents can also be stored on computers that run operating systems with no HFS support, such as Unix or Windows. MacBinary was widely supported on the Macintosh and was built into most communications programs on that platform. Similar solutions were built into most data compression applications on the Mac, and although these did not require MacBinary to survive transmission across non-Mac systems, MacBinary was often added in these cases to preserve longer filenames and other features. The dual-fork nature of the HFS system was not used on Mac OS X, and MacBinary has largely disappeared. Description In contrast to other computers of the era, Macintosh applications included both computer code as well as a large number of resources that were used by the ope
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