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X - eXtract byte sequences

Copyright © 1997-2003 BTTR Software
[Under 'MODIFIED' BSD LICENSE]

Description

Probably more than once a power-user wishes to have a little tool that allows her/him to get only some special parts of a file for further processing.

Binary file (or hex) editors are a great help for experienced users, but most of these don't allow you to mark or even save a block of bytes to another file. This is where X jumps in!

Q: So how does it work?

A: Start your favourite hex editor. Load the desired file. Look for information you want to be extracted. Write down the starting and ending offsets of the information. Now feed X with input filename, output filename, starting offset, and length (ending-starting offset). That's it!

System requirements

  • Intel i8086 microprocessor (or compatibles)
  • Microsoft MS-DOS 3.0 (or compatibles)

Version history

28-APR-2003

  • rewrote some parts of the manual

08-OCT-2002

  • released initial public version

Downloads

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Binary + Manual: xb.zip (8.9 Kbytes)
Source code (Borland Turbo Pascal 5.5-7.x): xs.zip (7.0 Kbytes)

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