How to Use Linux Hexdump Command with Practical Examples

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Hexdump is a very useful Linux command for developers and application debuggers. It has ability to dump file contents into many formats like hexadecimal, octal, ASCII and decimal. This command takes a file, or any standard input, as input parameter and converts it to the format of your choice. Let’s assume you work with binary data and you are unable to understand the format of a file, you can make use of Hexdump command to get file contents in much better readable format. This command comes pre-installed with all modern day Linux operating systems like CentOS, Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian, Arch Linux etc. In this article, we will be demonstrating the use of hexdump command using various examples. Written in C language, this command might be easy to understand by professional C programmers, but for other IT professionals, it might be a tricky command. We will try to do our best…

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