This is your basic hexeditor-- nothing too fancy. It
is modeled after the old Norton Utilities' 4.50 hexeditor (which kicked
ass). No manual of any kind, but the source code is included.
(But if you need a hexeditor, you should have no problems reading source,
HexEdit is a DOS based hex-mode file editor.
Oddly enough, this seems to be the most requested item on the
site. Dono how you guys found this page (I mean, of all the hexeditors
in existence?!). Anyway, welcome to it.
* Edit any binary file
* String search
* String replacement
The really short, short operators manual
- Arrow keys to navigate
- <Tab> to switch between hexidecimal and direct edit mode
- <Enter> to save changes
- <Backspace> undo modification to current location
- <Ctrl-S> to search for a text string (case insensitive)
- <Ctrl-N> to find next case of last search
- <Ctrl-R> to search and replace text (case insensitive)
- <Ctrl-G> to goto a specific location in the file (specify in
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