The filename extension used for BinHex files.
Compressed Macintosh ASCII archive format created by BinHex. Translates Macintosh files into text for transfer purposes.
Standard ending for a Bin Hex file.
File converted from extended characters to a standard ASCII format that can be understood by most computers. Commonly used on the Macintosh platform. See also: .sit
ENCODED BinHex, commonly used on Mac files
A program for the Macintosh used to convert binary files to 7-bit BinHex text file format.
This process converts a binary file into a text file (for storage on Unix servers).
A common Macintosh encoding format. File Type: Binary A file with the .hqx extension is a Macintosh binary file that has been converted into ASCII text so it can be safely sent over the Internet. You can use Stuffit Expander to decode on the Mac or BinHex4 (binhex4.bin) to create and extract Binhex 4 files. Use BinHex13 (binhex13.zip) on a Windows machine to un-binhex it.
BinHex (file name extension) [Macintosh
the TLE for a BinHexed file, also Hqx.
the TLE for a BinHexed files, also hqx.