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Andy Neil
12/19/12 06:57
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#189008 - Anyone recognise this hex file format?
It's not your normal Intel hex, and it's not anything that Srecord recognises.

There are 2 types of lines:



Where the 'xxxx' is a 4-digit hex address.

In the '%!' form, the address is followed by 256 pairs of characters (512 characters total), with each pair representing the hex value of one byte of data.

The '%/' form indicates 256 bytes to be cleared, starting at the specified address.

Anyone recognise this format, or know anything that uses it?


List of 8 messages in thread
Anyone recognise this hex file format?      Andy Neil      12/19/12 06:57      
   Looks like someone's custom special variant ?      Jim Granville      12/19/12 22:59      
      That's what I was afraid of!      Andy Neil      12/19/12 23:34      
         many nonstandard hex formats out there      Jan Waclawek      12/20/12 09:49      
            RE: many nonstandard hex formats out there      Andy Neil      12/20/12 10:41      
   did Intel copyright ?      Erik Malund      12/20/12 12:36      
      in this particular case, IMHO...      Jan Waclawek      12/20/12 22:38      
      I doubt it      Neil Kurzman      12/21/12 22:13      

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