offset[. | b]]
Octal dump; produce a dump (normally octal) of the named file. file is displayed from its beginning, unless you specify an offset (normally in octal bytes). In the following options, a “word” is a 16-bit unit.
Indicate how the offset should be written. Values for base are
xfor hexadecimal, or
nfor no offset.
Display bytes as octal.
Display bytes as ASCII.
Display words as unsigned decimal.
Display 32-bit words as floating point.
Jump over skip bytes from the beginning of the input. skip can have a leading
0xfor it to be treated as an octal or hexadecimal value. It can have a trailing
mto be treated as a multiple of 512, 1024, or 1,048,576 bytes.
Process up to count input bytes.
Display words as unsigned octal (the default).
Specify one or more output types. See the "Common Type Strings" section later in this entry.
Verbose; show all data. Without this, duplicate lines print as
Display words as hexadecimal.[*]
Required before offset if file isn’t specified.
Solaris and Mac OS X Options
Display 32-bit words as unsigned decimal.
Display 64-bit words as extended precision.
Display 32-bit words as unsigned octal.
Display words as signed decimal.
Display 32-bit words as hexadecimal.