<file format> An eight-bit wide representation of the data and resource
forks of an Macintosh file and of relevant Finder information. MacBinary files
are recognised as "special" by several MacIntosh terminal emulators. These
emulators, using Kermit or XMODEM or any other file transfer protocol, can
separate the incoming file into forks and appropriately modify the Desktop to
display icons, types, creation dates, and the like.
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