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READPE(1)		    General Commands Manual		     READPE(1)

NAME
       readpe -	displays information about PE files

SYNOPSIS
       readpe [OPTIONS]...  pefile

DESCRIPTION
       readpe  can  read  and  display all PE file headers, fields and values.
       It's part of pev, the PE	file analysis toolkit.

       pefile is a PE32/PE32+ executable or dynamic linked library file.

OPTIONS
       -A, --all
	      full output (default).

       -H, --all-headers
	      display all PE headers.

       -S, --all-sections
	      display all PE sections headers.

       -f, --format <text|csv|xml|html>
	      change output format (default is text).

       -d, --dirs
	      display data directories.

       -h, --header <dos|coff|optional>
	      display sepecific	header.

       -i, --imports
	      display imported functions names.

       -e, --exports
	      display exported functions names.

       -V, --version
	      show program version and exit.

       --help show help.

EXAMPLES
       Display the Optional file header	of putty.exe:

	      $	readpe -h optional putty.exe

       Display data directories	and exported functions of cards.dll:

	      $	readpe -de cards.dll

       Display all possible information	about svchost.exe file:

	      $	readpe svchost.exe

REPORTING BUGS
       Please,	 check	 the   latest	development   code   and   report   at
       https://github.com/merces/pev/issues

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright  A(C)	2017 pev authors. License GPLv2+: GNU GPL version 2 or
       later <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.txt>.  This is  free	 soft-
       ware: you are free to change and	redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY,
       to the extent permitted by law.

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