What is a BIN File?
A .BIN file is a binary file, encoded in zeros and ones, which makes it difficult to be understood by humans. These files can be used for various purposes, such as resource libraries, firmware updates, disk images, or saved data files. That said, it is not necessary that all of the data inside a BIN file is binary. For example, it can also contain headers and other information in plain text.
Since a .BIN file is used by many different programs and platforms, it can be used for different purposes. On a Unix machine, a BIN file is an executable file. But regardless of what a BIN file may store, it will always contain binary-coded information.
Download BIN Sample Files
You can download the PostScript Type 1 .BIN files from the samples provided below to perform your tests.