FlexHEX Editor - Just the Right Tool to Edit Binaries

Introduction

Files and Drives

Inspecting Data

Editing Data

Navigation

Search and Replace

Tools

Complex Data Types

Advanced Features

Byte Order

Default Byte Order

Command Line

General Settings

Look and Feel

Customising Interface

Layout and Colors

User-Defined Icons


 

 

Command Line

FlexHEX command line may include file names and switches. A switch starts with either / (slash) or - (hyphen) character.

File Type Switches

  /file   open the subsequent file(s) as standard file system object(s).
  /ole    open the subsequent file(s) as OLE compound file(s).

If no switch is specified, /file is assumed.

Example:

  FlexHEX a.dat /OLE b.doc /FILE c.ext

opens files a.dat and c.ext as raw unstructured files, and b.doc as a compound file.

Access Mode Switches

  /ro    open the subsequent file(s) for read-only access.
  /rw  open the subsequent file(s) for read/write access.

If no switch is specified, /rw is assumed.

Example:

  FlexHEX a.dat /RO b.dat /RW c.dat

opens a.dat and c.dat for reading and writing, and b.dat for reading only.

Drive Switches

  /dX    open logical device X, where X is a latin letter A to Z.
  /pN    open physical drive N where N is a digit 0 to 9.

The drives will be opened for read/write or read-only access depending of the active /rw or /ro switch.

Example:

  FlexHEX /p1 /ro /de

opens physical drive 1 for reading and writing, and logical drive E: for reading.

 

 
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