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ByteSize is a utility class that makes byte size representation in code easier by removing ambiguity of the value being represented. ByteSize is to bytes what System.TimeSpan is to time.
An alternative to the .NET BinaryReader and BinaryWriter objects that allows you to read and write individual bits of data.
This package is deprecated. Use https://www.nuget.org/packages/Matarillo.IO/
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Small package of a few parsers I have reused on multiple occasions by now.
PCL wrapper for the Stream class that allows bit-level reads and writes, for all your sub-byte encoding needs.
Just new up a BitStream instance with the underlaying stream passed to it and off you go.
Byte count/formatted file size parser and formatter
Readonly wrapper over byte array which provides such functionality as comparing, slicing, appending, enumeration by many array sources without any data buffering
Random Bytes Provider
Library for generating random bytes which helps with testing.
A library for mapping binary data onto .NET primitive types. Mapping to objects of custom classes also supported.
Conceptually immutable byte string type
GDS GDI+ Extensions
High quality resizing of the image in just one line of code.
Convert image/bitmap to byte array.
Save Image/Bitmap as file. Supported formats are:
BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG and TIF.
More GDI+ extensions will come in next...
ProtocolReader class reads bytes according to a certain protocol.
File Type Checker
File type checker that checks the file's magic numbers/identifying bytes. Useful for verifying uploaded files in web applications.
NuGet package of code originally written by https://github.com/mjolka and extended to allow for dependency injecting the known file types.
A collection of useful bit twiddling algorithms most as extension methods for integer types
Pretty Bytes (pretty-bytes) binding library for Bridge.NET projects.
Bytes binding library for Bridge.NET projects.
The framework BitArray is helpful but it has a serious flaw in the fact that it is not immutable. This is the primary motivation for working on this package in order to achieve just such an ImmutableBitArray. Reflexive operations can modify an instance but otherwise bitwise operations should yield a...