Why does the size of a file change after the file is uploaded to a device through FTP

The FTP protocol supports two file transfer modes: ASCII and binary. The ASCII mode is used to transfer text files, and the binary mode is used to transfer compressed files, databases, system software, and other program files. When the ASCII mode is used, some content is automatically converted during file transfer. Therefore, the file size changes after it is uploaded to the device.

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