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NAME


binary2ascii - Convert binary numbers to textual representation

SYNOPSIS


binary2ascii [flags]

DESCRIPTION


binary2ascii reads input consisting of binary numbers and converts them to their textual
representation. Command line flags specify the type and size of the binary numbers and
provide control over the format of the output. Unsigned integers may be written out in
binary, octal, decimal, or hexadecimal. Signed integers may be written out only in binary
or decimal. Floating point numbers may be written out only in decimal, either in standard
or scientific notation. (If you want to examine the binary representation of floating
point numbers, just treat the input as a sequence of unsigned characters.)

COMMAND LINE FLAGS


Long options may not be available on some systems.

-b,--base <base>
Base for integer conversions: b(binary),d(ecimal), h(exadecimal), o(ctal), or
2,8,10, or 16.

-d,--delimit
Delimit the output as per the locale. This is the default on systems in which
printf(3) supports delimitation. If delimitation is not enabled, floating point
numbers will have a decimal point and no separation of groups, integers no
delimiters at all. With this option, the decimal separator will be chosen according
to the locale (which, for example, may make it a comma), and non-fractional digits
will be grouped and separated according to the rules for the locale in force. For
American English, this means groups of three digits separated by commas, whereas
for German in Germany it means groups of three digits separated by periods.

-D,--do-not-delimit
Do not delimit the output as per the -d option.

-e,--exponential
Use exponential (scientific) notation.

-h,--help
print help message

-l,--linefeed
add a linefeed after every 0x0A value if the size is char, short, int, or long,
that is, the sizes that might represent a character.

-L,locale <locale>
Set the LC_NUMERIC facet of the locale to <locale>.

-n,--number <number>
number of items to print per line.

-o,--offset <offset>
byte offset at which to start.

-p,--precision <precision>
the precision to use when printing floating point numbers.

-s,--sizes
print sizes of types on current machine and related information

-t,--type <type>
set type and size of input

-x,--no-hex-mark
do not mark hexadecimal output with the prefix 0x.

-V,--verbose
be verbose.

-v,--version
print version information.

-w,--width
minimum field width.

-X,--explain-exit-codes
print a summary of the exit status codes.

-z,--zero-pad-integers
zero pad on left.

-Z,--do-not-zero-pad-integers
do not zero pad on left

INPUT TYPES


The following are the possible input types. Note that some types may not be available on
some machines.

d double

f float

q long double

sc signed char

ss signed short

si signed int

sl signed long

sq signed long long

uc unsigned char

us unsigned short

ui unsigned int

ul unsigned long

uq unsigned long long

EXIT STATUS


The following values are returned on exit:

0 SUCCESS
The input was successfully converted.

1 INFO The user requested information such as the version number or usage synopsis and
this has been provided.

2 SYSTEM ERROR
An error resulted from a failure of the operating system such as an i/o error or
inability to allocate storage.

3 COMMAND LINE ERROR
The program was called with invalid or inconsistent command line flags.

5 INPUT ERROR
This means that the input was ill-formed, that is that it could not be interpreted
as a number of the required type. For example, if the input is 0x2A and a decimal
value is called for, an INPUT ERROR will be returned since 0x2A is not a valid
representation of a decimal integer.

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