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Free Binary Content Viewer - Utility HexDump HexDump32 1.0.0 HexDump32 is a small Win32 utility which opens up a file and displays its data in hexadecimal and ASCII format. Note: HexDump32 is not an editor. The binary contents of files can be viewed but not modified. The dump has the segment offset on the left, hex values in the center, and ASCII interpretation on the right. Characters which are not readily displayable (outside of ASCII 32 - 126) are displayed in the ASCII representation.

it seems to work.

I was just looking for a simple hex dump program. This goes way beyond that. Great utility. Every programmer should have a copy.

This is a very usefull tool. Thank you very much for providing it!

Absolutely a great product! Thanks.

The program does what is advertised in a nominal manner. The only fault I find with it (and this may well be the fault of Windows 7) is that when the program is opened via the Win7 \"Open With\" selection from an explorer context menu is that the program opens *under* the explorer window. The first time this happened, I erroneously inferred that the program had failed to open at all.

Good utility. Works as advertised.





Close Adobe Reader after printing. Close Adobe Reader 2.0.0.23 The latest version 8 of Adobe Reader has changed its behavior when used as a command line tool to print PDF documents. It will no longer close itself after being called with the /t switch. This tool will help you close the Adobe Reader when it has finished printing.

thanks for the help Thanks. Where do I get this tool and is there a charge?

Close Adobe Reader Review. It seems to be working as advertised. I have had no problems shutting my computer down after using Adobe Reader.





Diary Reader is blog reader that lets you Diary Reader 1.0 Diary Reader is blog reader that lets you read Google Blogger / Blogspot blogs as if they were ebooks. Diary Reader downloads blogs onto your iPhone so that you can read the entries in chronological order, or skip around by date or by tags. You can resume reading where you left off, and get new postings with one tap of a button. You can set the font to whatever you like, save any number of blogs to a library on your iPhone and read offline.


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