Data::HexDump - Hexadecial Dumper River stage one • 3 direct dependents • 7 total dependents

This module will generate a hexadecimal dump of a data string or file. You can either use the exported function, as shown in the SYNOPSIS above, or the OO interface, described below. The second example from the SYNOPSIS generated this output: 00 01 0...

NEILB/Data-HexDump-0.04 - 03 Apr 2021 13:57:41 UTC

Data::HexDump::XXD - format hexadecimal dump like xxd River stage zero No dependents

Produce an hexadecimal dump like the program xxd would do, and do the reverse as well. At the moment, only straight dumping is supported, and reverse assumes the same....

POLETTIX/Data-HexDump-XXD-0.1.1 - 21 Jul 2013 12:56:31 UTC

Data::HexDump::Range - Hexadecimal Range Dumper with color, bitfields and skip ranges River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 3 total dependents

Creates a dump from binary data and user defined *range* descriptions. The goal of this module is to create an easy to understand dump of binary data. This achieved through: * Highlighted (colors) dump that is easier to understand than a monochrome b...

NKH/Data-HexDump-Range-0.13.72 - 06 Oct 2016 17:28:33 UTC

Data::Hexdumper - Make binary data human-readable River stage one • 7 direct dependents • 7 total dependents

"Data::Hexdumper" provides a simple way to format arbitrary binary data into a nice human-readable format, somewhat similar to the Unix 'hexdump' utility. It gives the programmer a considerable degree of flexibility in how the data is formatted, with...

DCANTRELL/Data-Hexdumper-3.0001 - 29 May 2012 21:00:30 UTC

Data::Printer::Filter::ContentType - detect popular (binary) content in strings River stage three • 158 direct dependents • 237 total dependents

This is a filter plugin for Data::Printer that looks for binary strings with signatures from popular file types. If one is detected, instead of the bogus binary dump it will print the content type and the string size. For example, let's say you've re...

GARU/Data-Printer-1.000004 - 03 Mar 2021 22:30:38 UTC
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