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How can I view the binary contents of a file natively in Windows 7? I would like to look at the file in its uninterpreted raw form (1) to confirm the EOL convention of the file. How can I view the ? I would prefer to avoid having to download anything additional.(1) My coworker and I opened the file in text editors, and they show the lines as one would expect. But both text editors will open files with different EOL conventions and interpret them automagically. For Emacs I had created a second file with just the first 4.
K bytes using head - c. I attempted to use hexl- mode in Emacs, but when I went to hexl- mode and back to text- mode, the contents of the buffer had changed, adding a visible ^M to the end of each line, so I'm not trusting that at the moment. I believe the issue may be in the end of line character(s) used.
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The editors my coworker and I tried (1) just automagically recognized the end of line convention and showed us lines. And based on other evidence I believe the EOL convention is carriage return only. Just ones an zeros would be pretty rough to look at. UPDATEExcept the one suggesting DEBUG, all the answers below work to some extent or another. I have up- voted each of those as helpful.
My question was ill- formed. In testing each suggested solution I found I really wanted side by side hex and text contents viewing, and that I wanted it to be something where when I had my cursor over something, either a byte value or the text character, the matching thing on the other side would be highlighted.
I actually solved my problem when Emacs hexl- mode started working . So I ended up not using any of these answers, only testing them.(Really should investigate the weird Emacs behavior and file a bug- report.).
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