Have you ever wanted to extract all of the text from a non-text file?
TextGet lets you extract all text from non-text files (binary files).
Bytes in a file can range from 0 to 255 in value. Characters in text ranges
from 32 to 126 in value. This program displays any characters found in the text range.
Byte 9 is a tab and is also stripped out.
Bytes 13 and 10 are used in text files to stand for linefeed and
return to stand for the end of a line. These are not in the text-range so
they are filtered out. Therefore if this is run on a text file, all line-feeds
and returns will get stripped out.
This program also lines up the
output text in rows of 78 characters each so that it's easier to read.
- Download TextGet
- Check out the source code
- Check out the output after running TextGet on my command.com file
- TextGet is compressed using WinZip32
- TextGet is a command-line 32 bit executable that requires 32 bit Windows (95/98/Me/NT3.1/NT4/2000/XP) to run
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