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  • 06:03:54 am on January 30, 2009 | 0
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    OSType (also known as FourCC or ResType) is the name of a four-byte sequence commonly used as an identifier in Mac OS. While the bytes can have any value, they are usually characters from the ASCII or Mac OS Roman character sets.

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