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I only use it in good ol’ default mode, in plain mode and in reverse
plain mode. So, for good measure, the
xxd sub-command of Romeo only
--revert; all other stuff (mainly
dealing with formatting) is intentionally left out to keep it very simple
and… because I never use(d) them!
A minimal set of examples:
$ printf abcABC | romeo xxd 0000000: 6162 6341 4243 abcABC $ printf abcABC | romeo xxd -p 616263414243 $ printf abcABC | romeo xxd -p | romeo xxd -rp abcABC
It’s meant as a low-level tool, hence it will treat all its input as a stream of octets and there’s no way of forcing an encoding. YMMV.
I hope you can have Fun with Romeo too, stay save!