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Hi I'm looking for a hex editor kind of thing but for multiple files? Can Windows Grep do this or does it only handle text strings?

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Volker Schatz' bined

But Perl by itself can do this sort of thing

perl -i.bak -pe 's/\xD5\x37/12/g' *.dat subfolder\*.* otherfolder\foo*
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