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A Distributed App with access to the Ethereum network can authenticate without a Central Server …

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Byte Code

Hint. You must convert your new Solidity .sol file to byte code in order for the Ethereum Virtual Machine, or EVM to recognize your “smart contract”.

Invoke the Solidity compiler ( solc ), as follows:

solc --bin eth-counter.sol

This command statement will output the byte code to the Terminal window in binary format, as follows:


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Note. The above synopsis was derived from an article written by Charles Jensen [2].

  1. The Ultimate Guide to Blockchain by Charles Jensen.


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