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LFHEX(1)						      General Commands Manual							  LFHEX(1)

lfhex - Large File Hex Editor SYNOPSIS
lfhex [options] files... DESCRIPTION
lfhex is an application for viewing and editing files in hex, octal, binary, or ascii text. The main strength of lfhex is its ability to work with files much larger than system memory or address space. OPTIONS
-c file1 file2 Start lfhex in compare mode lfhex supports some traditional X11 command line options supported through Qt's QApplication class. See plication.html#QApplication for details. SEE ALSO
The lfhex manual at: AUTHOR
lfhex was written by Salem Ganzhorn <>. This manual page was written by Tobias Klauser <>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). May 27, 2008 LFHEX(1)

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