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file2c - convert file to c-source

 

NAME

      file2c - convert file to c-source
 

SYNOPSIS

      file2c [string] [string]
 

DESCRIPTION

      The file2c utility reads a file from stdin and writes it to stdout, con‐
      verting each byte to its decimal representation on the fly.
 
      If the first [string] is present, it is printed before the data; if the
      second [string] is present, it is printed after the data.
 
      This program is used to embed binary or other files into C source files,
      for instance as a char[].
 

EXAMPLES

      The command:
 
            date | file2c ’const char date[] = {’ ’,0};’
 
      will produce:
 
            const char date[] = {
            83,97,116,32,74,97,110,32,50,56,32,49,54,58,50,56,58,48,53,
            32,80,83,84,32,49,57,57,53,10
            ,0};
 

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