Hex Edit

Hex Edit 4.0

Easy to use, reliable hex editor. Many features for editing huge binary files
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HexEdit is hex editor that is renowned for its intuitive interface and ability to quickly and reliably edit files of any size.
It has many options like: hex/char/both/stacked display modes, autofit, hex/dec addresses, RO/RW, INS/OVR modes, fully customizable "info tips", scroll/zoom using mouse-wheel, print selection (coalescing duplicate lines), margin/line-spacing, print preview, fast searches, comparison, highlighter, clipboard, bookmarks, color schemes.
It can continuously display over 70 properties in a pinable dialog: including decimal 4 sizes of integer, bit values, IEEE/IBM floats (new C# Decimal), dates (new time64_t) etc. You can also edit properties, eg. change a date. You can see characters as ASCII/ANSI, IBM/OEM (MSDOS), EBCDIC using the char set drop-down list.
Our advanced template system allows you to easily describe and display any sort of file structure (IF, FOR, BIT-FIELDS, SWITCH etc).
Time-saving features include the Find tool (with drop-down history list) that allows quick searches for hex digits or strings, and hex/decimal jump tools. The status bar displays number of occurrences of current search string, distance from the cursor to the "mark", RO/RW, INS/OVR, REC, CAPS etc. The length of the selection is available while selecting or by pressing the SHIFT key.
Advanced features include raw disk and volume editor, change tracking, unlimited file/window undo, background searches, keystroke macros, unlimited recent file list, ZLIB compression, fill block, CRCs, MD5, Motorola-S/Intel-hex files. A powerful calculator is included that allows file manipulation and is tightly integrated with macros making it simple to create and repeat complex operations.
You can completely customize menus, keyboard & toolbars (even edit button images), 7 different context menus, 3 different double-click events, user tools etc. All user-defined keys appear in menus and tooltips.
On-line help is 2nd to none including several tutorials.

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