Hex editor

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An example of a simple template-based hex editor.

A Hex editor is a piece of software that allows one to edit binary data on a computer. The name comes from the fact that such data is usually represented as hexadecimal numbers.[1]

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  1. "SuperZap". Retrieved Jun 7, 2015.