The second file format we'll look at is WAV, the Waveform Audio File Format. WAV is a relatively simple format for storing uncompressed audio data. It is easy to interpret, and I happen to have a WAV file on my desktop, so it makes good sense for me to use it as an example.
The key to working with almost any binary file structure is interpreting that structure.
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