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I am running a simple compression program I found on the web. I'm trying to get a better idea of how it works. It runs OK but the final Zip file isn't compressed. I am compressing 2 pictures which are about 1.6 MB total but the final zip file is also 1.6 MB. Attached is my source.
Any suggestions?
 
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JPG's are already compressed, so it's unlikely they will be compressed further (otherwise, what's to stop you from compressing and re-compressing until you have 1 bit?). Try it with text files. They compress dramatically.
 
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That was it.
Thanks.
 
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