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1997\10\09@032237 by TONY NIXON 54964

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Thanks to all who answered the query on BMP data.

Is there any software around that allows you to read these file types
as a Hex dump? I though PFE might have done this, but it doesn't
appear to.

Tony


Just when I thought I knew it all,
I learned that I didn't.

1997\10\09@112655 by Matt Bonner

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TONY NIXON 54964 wrote:
>
> Thanks to all who answered the query on BMP data.
>
> Is there any software around that allows you to read these file types
> as a Hex dump? I though PFE might have done this, but it doesn't
> appear to.
>
I just loaded a BMP file into UltraEdit-32 and was able to hex edit.
Full details:
       UltraEdit-32 Professional Text/HEX Editor
       http://www.idmcomp.com/
There is a shareware version that (I think) is not crippled in any way.
I was so impressed with it that I registered it (about US $45) before
the suggested 45 days was up.
--Matt

1997\10\09@174713 by J Scholz

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On Thu, 9 Oct 1997 15:54:51 +1000 TONY NIXON 54964
<spam_OUTTony.nixonTakeThisOuTspamENG.MONASH.EDU.AU> writes:
>Thanks to all who answered the query on BMP data.
>
>Is there any software around that allows you to read these file types
>as a Hex dump? I though PFE might have done this, but it doesn't
>appear to.
>
>Tony
>
>
>Just when I thought I knew it all,
>I learned that I didn't.
>
Look for a shareware product on the web called "Hexworks".
It has hex viewing of files and sector by sector of disks.

Jeff

1997\10\11@101443 by paulb

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Jeff Scholz wrote:

> Look for a shareware product on the web called "Hexworks".
> It has hex viewing of files and sector by sector of disks.

 If THAT's all you want to do, then my way is to use XTREE GOLD of
which I purchased a genuine copy years ago and (it is not the latest)
still use as my "workhorse" under WIN95.  If the Explorer does half the
things that XTG can do, then for some reason I sure haven't found out
how, and it must be pretty hard to do, so I just stick with XTG.

 Hex editing of files is great.  No, it doesn't do sector editing
(however Norton's does) but do you REALLY want that?  The last time I
used that was for digging a virus out of a partition table.  I have
managed however to figure how WIN95 long file names work, FWIW.

 Cheers,
       Paul B.

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