I tried command line beav and gnome Jeex
As these are both binaries I am looking for a binary viewer / hex viewer – I will try beav
sudo apt-get install beav
running beav on the binary from demo-words.sh based on the 1st billion bytes of wikipedia:
reults in :
0: 37 31 32 39 30 20 32 30 30 0A 3C 2F 73 3E 20 07 71290 200.</s> .
10: F2 DE 3A 42 8B 9D 3A 0D 43 FC 3A E8 25 46 3A A3 ..:B..:.C.:.%F:.
20: 0E D9 BA C1 C0 02 BA 6F 1C D6 BA 0A 52 A3 B9 41 …….o….R..A
trying jeex hex-editor
sudo apt-get install jeex
Why early man didn’t develop Hex is beyond me after all we have 10 fingers that’s enough for signed 8 bit numbers with a carry bit much more useful than decimal.
Well much as I love the sight of Hex – flashback to 1970’s NASCOM Z80 Hex code ! This is impenetrable, no easily discernible patterns – so I need a text file and word2vec has a flag for that.