Solidity Tutorial : all about Bytes

Bytes are easy to work with in Solidity because they are treated a lot like an array. You can just decode the bytes in the frontend and less data is stored on the blockchain.

Table of Content :

  1. Basics of bytes in Solidity
  2. Fixed-size byte arrays
  3. Dynamically-size byte arrays

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