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od

 
Display file contents in octal, decimal or hexadecimal format. Optionally display the byte offsets and/or printable representation for each line. More information: https://www.gnu.org/software/coreutils/od.
 
  • Display file using default settings: octal format, 8 bytes per line, byte offsets in octal, and duplicate lines replaced with *:
     
    od {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Display file in verbose mode, i.e. without replacing duplicate lines with *:
     
    od -v {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Display file in hexadecimal format (2-byte units), with byte offsets in decimal format:
     
    od --format={{x}} --address-radix={{d}} -v {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Display file in hexadecimal format (1-byte units), and 4 bytes per line:
     
    od --format={{x1}} --width={{4}} -v {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Display file in hexadecimal format along with its character representation, and do not print byte offsets:
     
    od --format={{xz}} --address-radix={{n}} -v {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Read only 100 bytes of a file starting from the 500th byte:
     
    od --read-bytes {{100}} --skip-bytes={{500}} -v {{path/to/file}}

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