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hexdump produces a CP/M-like format by default, and can handle EBCDIC
hexdump produces a CP/M-like format by default, and can handle EBCDIC. It is internationalized, and has many formatting functions.
This hex dumper was born because
a) od octal format is appallingly ugly
b) od -x ain't much better
c) I needed to dump EBCDIC files from SNA sessions
d) I needed to dump single blocks of files offset into the file.
If any of these describes your universe, you'll like it too. The format resembles a CP/M or MS/DOS DEBUG dump screen. There is nothing UNIX-specific in the source, it should work OK under any C with a stdio.h library.
What's New in This Release:
Source RPMs no longer depend on --define myversion
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