Binary editor

Using the binary editor you can change view and edit single bit. At the moment only 64 bits can be viewed or edited.

This can be particularly useful when dealing with files or data streams that aren't designed to be human-readable. This level of control can be useful for tasks like debugging, reverse engineering, or data recovery. It can only handle 64 bits of data at a time. This is equivalent to 8 bytes. For context, a single ASCII character is 1 byte (or 8 bits) so this tool could handle up to 8 ASCII characters at a time.

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