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How can I get a hex/ascii dump of a file in Visual Studio 2005?

 I used to use dumpbin.exe in older VS, but can no longer find it or an alternative.
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File, Open, File, Select a file, Drop down the Open button and select Open With, then choose the binary editor.

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If you have an older version of Visual studio then you already have a copy of dumpbin.exe (on the old installation disks)
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If you installed c++.net with visual studio it can be found at

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\VC\bin

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