A hex editor is a program intended for editing binary files, usually executable program files, one byte at a time. This is useful for machine language programming and debugging at the lowest level. Most, but not all, powerful text editors can also edit binary files, and vice versa. Programs are used for peeking inside files and disk sectors so you can see what is inside them or lets you modify their contents.

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010 Editor - Hex Editor
A new generation of hex editor capable of parsing a binary file into a data structure for easy editing. Features unlimited undo/redo plus many analysis and editing tools.
Cygnus Hex Editor
Fast, simple operation delete or insert characters as easily as with any word processor. MDI (Multiple Document Interface) design allows side-by-side file editing; supports multiple windows on the same file. [Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP]
FlexHex Hexadecimal Editor
Hex editor program designed to inspect and edit binary files of unlimited size, OLE compound files, NTFS alternate streams, sparse files, logical devices, and physical drives.
Hex Editor Pro
Professional HEX editor, edit any file in three different modes: Hexadecimal (HEX), Binary (BIN), or Octal (Text). Tool for any programmer, developer, or web designer, used for software debugging, cheating, and editing files containing non-text symbols. Search and replace save file in any of three modes.
M L Software Ltd
Develops software for MS Windows and Palm OS. ML Hex Editor is a 32 bit Windows program for manipulating binary files in various ingenious ways. Checks and computes a range of Cyclic Redundancy Checks.
WinHex
Universal hexadecimal editor, supporting hard disks, floppy disks, CD-ROM and DVD media. Provides the ability to concatenate, split, analyze, compare and convert files.
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