What is the difference between Raw input and input in blockchain browsers.
In blockchain browsers, “raw input” typically refers to the raw hexadecimal data of a transaction or contract input, while “input” generally refers to the human-readable interpretation of that data.
Raw input is the unprocessed data that is sent as input to a smart contract or transaction. This raw data is typically in the form of hexadecimal code, which is difficult for humans to read and interpret.
On the other hand, input is the decoded and human-readable version of the raw input. It provides a clearer understanding of the actual content of the input that was sent to the contract or transaction. This input is usually presented in a more user-friendly format, such as ASCII text or a JSON object.
So raw input is the actual hexadecimal data that is sent as input to a smart contract or transaction, while input is the decoded and human-readable version of that data, presented in a more user-friendly format.
Raw Input is the exact data sent in the transaction in hexadecimal format.
Input is the decoded version of the raw input data, which is more human-readable.