For GOLD or higher VIP users
Unlike traditional hex editors which only display the raw hex bytes of a file (1), 010 Editor can also parse a file into a hierarchical structure using a Binary Template (2). The results of running a Binary Template are much easier to understand and edit than using just the raw hex bytes.
Binary Templates are easy to write and look similar to C/C++ structs except they may contain if, for, or while statements as well as functions or complex expressions.
Powerful enough to parse almost any binary file format.
Can be set to run automatically when files are opened.
Templates may be shared and a list of templates for download is available in our Template Archive.
Scripting - Automate your Editing
Simple or complex editing operations can be automated using a syntax similar to C/C++.
Features over 275 different functions for operating on data.
Integrated with Binary Templates to intuitively edit files. Simply assign to variables defined in a Binary Template to modify a file.
Scripts may be shared and a list of scripts for download is available in our Script Archive.
Run scripts from the command line with no user interface for batch processing.
plus much more.
Powerful Workspace view including file explorer.
Convert data between ASCII, EBCDIC, Unicode, UTF-8, etc.
Inspector allows data to be quickly interpreted in different formats.
Mark important bytes using Bookmarks.
Full integrated expression calculator.
Apply Highlighting rules to identify bytes in a file.
Import or export data in Intel Hex Format, Motorola S-Records, Hex Text, C/C++/Java Code, Base64, Uuencoding, RTF, or HTML.
Printing with full print preview, headers, footers, and margins.
WHAT'S NEW :
Fixed crash on exit on some Mac OS X machines.
Fixed problem opening processes on 64-bit Windows.
Made the color of the Startup page darker (was too bright on some monitors).
Can now change or reset the color of the Startup page by clicking the 'Options' button on the Startup page.
Fixed some issues using some IME's with the hex editor.
Fixed bytes not being swapped correctly when printing and swap by group is enabled.