Hex Editor - Binary File Editing Software for Windows
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Go to Offset

This command is used to move the cursor to the given position.

Go to Offset Window

You can change the way entered offset is interpreted, according to the following table:

Number TypeAbsolute offsetRelative offset
HexadecimalAbsolute offset in hexadecimal format. Only nonnegative values are allowed.Relative offset in hexadecimal format. May either be positive or negative number. The resulting offset is then calculated by adding the given offset to the current one.
DecimalAbsolute offset in decimal format. Only nonnegative values are allowed.Relative offset in decimal format. May either be positive or negative number. The resulting offset is then calculated by adding the given offset to the current one.
OctalAbsolute offset in octal format. Only nonnegative values are allowed.Relative offset in octal format. May either be positive or negative number. The resulting offset is then calculated by adding the given offset to the current one.
PercentAbsolute offset in decimal format as a percent of the current file's size.

In addition, you may select one of the bookmarks in the Bookmark list to jump to.

The resulting offset is displayed at the bottom of the window in hexadecimal and decimal formats.

Selection

You may instruct the Hex Editor Neo to change the current selection when jumping to the specified address. You may select one of the following options:

No change
The current selection is not changed by the operation.
Replace selection
The current selection is discarded and new one is created. It includes all bytes from the current cursor position to the resulting position.
Add to selection
The range from the current cursor position to the resulting position is added to the current selection.
Remove from selection
The range from the current cursor position to the resulting position is subtracted from the current selection.
Invert selection
The range from the current cursor position to the resulting position is inverted.