Data manipulation - File tweaking, extracting, counting, summing, etc.

This text tweak example shows you how to use the byte position finder. This can be a huge time saver for those that work with text data alot, and often have to count up or figure out what position a string or byte is located in. Simply paste any text into the software, choose the character position finder option, and a window will open. Choose any line from your data, then use your cursor to position it on any string in that row, and you will see the byte position listed for you. (The screenshot does not show the cursor placement on the top box, which is your byte position).

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