SB Hexadecimal Editor v 2.0.2 (New Update)
SB Hexadecimal Editor is a tool that allows you to view or edit the raw contents of a file in the Windows environment. Editing files is simple, works like most text editors. You can use SB Hexadecimal Editor to analyze files, patch ROM files for emulators.
SB Hexadecimal Editor has three areas: an address area on the left, a hexadecimal area in the center, and a character area on the right.
The address area on the left side of the hex editor displays the address of the first byte of each line. The addresses are usually displayed in hexadecimal format, but can display addresses in decimal format as well.
The middle hexadecimal area is the most commonly used area of a hex editor. It lists each byte of the file, sixteen bytes per line.
The character area on the right of the hex editor displays the ASCII representation of each of the bytes in the hexadecimal area.
Hex and ASCII displays
Data Explorer to view decoded values
Works with large files.
Two synchronous cursors in Hex and ASCII modes
Search ASCII or Hex strings
Count occurences of ASCII or Hex strings
Replace ASCII or Hex strings.
Fast Replace All
Copy block to Windows Clipboard
Fill block with data
Wheel mouse support
Simple protect mode from saving changes if just testing.
Minimum System Requirements
· Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
· 64 MB RAM
· 800 x 600 display using 256 color
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