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For future reference, put things like this into a collapsible block. This makes things easier to read and makes pages load in less time. Also, don’t double post, please.
You probably opened an application or executable. It’s displaying rubbish like that because the application was made in a programming language that notepad cannot parse properly (doesn’t recognize it). If you want to see whats in the application, find out if the developer has released the source code, and if not,
learn how to reverse engineer an application (in which you would have to figure out what programming language was used in the creation of the application).
It’s probably a file that has lost it’s file extension. Sometimes it is not possible for the operating system to identify the file type based on the file contents. If you open a non text file (image, audio, etc.) in a text editor, it will show something similar to what you described.
This happens because all data on computers is represented as a series of bits. When you open a file in a text editor, it attempts to map groupings of bits (usually bytes) into characters that can be displayed on the screen. When the data doesn’t actually represent text, arbitrary character symbols are displayed.