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NAME

hexyl - command-line hex viewer

DESCRIPTION

hexyl 0.8.0 A command-line hex viewer

USAGE:

hexyl [OPTIONS] [FILE]

OPTIONS:

Only read N bytes from the input. The N argument can also include a unit with a decimal prefix (kB, MB, ..) or binary prefix (kiB, MiB, ..). Examples: --length=64, --length=4KiB
An alias for -n/--length
Skip the first N bytes of the input. The N argument can also include a unit (see `--length` for details)
Sets the size of the `block` unit to SIZE. Examples: --block-size=1024, --block-size=4kB
Displays all input data. Otherwise any number of groups of output lines which would be identical to the preceding group of lines, are replaced with a line comprised of a single asterisk.
When to use colors. The auto-mode only displays colors if the output goes to an interactive terminal [default: always] [possible values: always, auto, never]
Whether to draw a border with Unicode characters, ASCII characters, or none at all [default: unicode] [possible values: unicode, ascii, none]
Add N bytes to the displayed file position. The N argument can also include a unit (see `--length` for details)
Prints help information
Prints version information

ARGS:

<FILE>
The file to display. If no FILE argument is given, read from STDIN.
August 2022 hexyl 0.8.0