Interface ByteArrayClass

All Superinterfaces:
AtomicClass, DataClass, PropertyHandler
All Known Implementing Classes:

public interface ByteArrayClass extends AtomicClass
A ByteArray can be used to store more complex data objects like images or documents.

Internally, it is an array of bytes, but conceptually it is used as one value, e.g., one image. To distinguish the different kind of content types it is necessary to specify the mime type of the content.

Rainer Maximini
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