@paradroyd xxd, while not an editor, is your friend on the Linux command line. It lets you view the file in hex.
@robdaemon I was just using hexdump -x to view, but now that you mentioned it (and that I've tried it), I do like the xxd output better. Plus, I didn't know that it was also already installed by default.
@paradroyd vim can be a hex editor too (there’s a command to shift it into hex mode) but I never much liked it.
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