Hexadecimal Array
Java Program, Hex with ASC and EBC
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This Java Program will define and display an array containing hexadecimal values to the standard output device or write a hex-dump array to a file. The array includes the character symbols for ASCII and EBCDIC encoding.


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This Java Program will display a hex-dump array to the standard output device or write a hex-dump array to a file.

2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='00'   .......   .......   0
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='01'   .......   .......   1
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='02'   .......   .......   2
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='03'   .......   .......   3
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='04'   .......   .......   4
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='05'   .......   .......   5
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='06'   .......   .......   6
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='07'   .......   .......   7
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='08'   .......   .......   8
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='09'   .......   .......   9
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='0A'   .......   .......   10
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='0B'   .......   .......   11
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='0C'   .......   .......   12
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='0D'   .......   .......   13
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='0E'   .......   .......   14
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='0F'   .......   .......   15
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='10'   .......   .......   16
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='11'   .......   .......   17
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='12'   .......   .......   18
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='13'   .......   .......   19
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='14'   .......   .......   20
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='15'   .......   .......   21
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='16'   .......   .......   22
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='17'   .......   .......   23
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='18'   .......   .......   24
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='19'   .......   .......   25
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='1A'   .......   .......   26
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='1B'   .......   .......   27
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='1C'   .......   .......   28
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='1D'   .......   .......   29
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='1E'   .......   .......   30
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='1F'   .......   .......   31
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='20'   ASC=' '   .......   32
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='21'   ASC='!'   .......   33
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='22'   ASC='"'   .......   34
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='23'   ASC='#'   .......   35
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='24'   ASC='$'   .......   36
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='25'   ASC='%'   .......   37
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='26'   ASC='&'   .......   38
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='27'   ASC='''   .......   39
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='28'   ASC='('   .......   40
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='29'   ASC=')'   .......   41
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='2A'   ASC='*'   .......   42
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='2B'   ASC='+'   .......   43
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='2C'   ASC=','   .......   44
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='2D'   ASC='-'   .......   45
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='2E'   ASC='.'   .......   46
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='2F'   ASC='/'   .......   47
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='30'   ASC='0'   .......   48
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='31'   ASC='1'   .......   49
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='32'   ASC='2'   .......   50
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='33'   ASC='3'   .......   51
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='34'   ASC='4'   .......   52
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='35'   ASC='5'   .......   53
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='36'   ASC='6'   .......   54
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='37'   ASC='7'   .......   55
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='38'   ASC='8'   .......   56
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='39'   ASC='9'   .......   57
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='3A'   ASC=':'   .......   58
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='3B'   ASC=';'   .......   59
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='3C'   ASC='<'   .......   60
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='3D'   ASC='='   .......   61
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='3E'   ASC='>'   .......   62
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='3F'   ASC='?'   .......   63
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='40'   ASC='@'   EBC=' '   64
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='41'   ASC='A'   .......   65
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='42'   ASC='B'   .......   66
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='43'   ASC='C'   .......   67
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='44'   ASC='D'   .......   68
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='45'   ASC='E'   .......   69
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='46'   ASC='F'   .......   70
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='47'   ASC='G'   .......   71
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='48'   ASC='H'   .......   72
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='49'   ASC='I'   .......   73
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='4A'   ASC='J'   .......   74
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='4B'   ASC='K'   EBC='.'   75
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='4C'   ASC='L'   EBC='<'   76
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='4D'   ASC='M'   EBC='('   77
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='4E'   ASC='N'   EBC='+'   78
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='4F'   ASC='O'   EBC='|'   79
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='50'   ASC='P'   EBC='&'   80
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='51'   ASC='Q'   .......   81
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='52'   ASC='R'   .......   82
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='53'   ASC='S'   .......   83
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='54'   ASC='T'   .......   84
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='55'   ASC='U'   .......   85
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='56'   ASC='V'   .......   86
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='57'   ASC='W'   .......   87
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='58'   ASC='X'   .......   88
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='59'   ASC='Y'   .......   89
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='5A'   ASC='Z'   EBC='!'   90
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='5B'   ASC='['   EBC='$'   91
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='5C'   ASC='\'   EBC='*'   92
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='5D'   ASC=']'   EBC=')'   93
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='5E'   ASC='^'   EBC=';'   94
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='5F'   ASC='_'   .......   95
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='60'   ASC='`'   EBC='-'   96
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='61'   ASC='a'   EBC='/'   97
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='62'   ASC='b'   .......   98
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='63'   ASC='c'   .......   99
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='64'   ASC='d'   .......   100
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='65'   ASC='e'   .......   101
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='66'   ASC='f'   .......   102
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='67'   ASC='g'   .......   103
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='68'   ASC='h'   .......   104
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='69'   ASC='i'   .......   105
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='6A'   ASC='j'   EBC='|'   106
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='6B'   ASC='k'   EBC=','   107
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='6C'   ASC='l'   EBC='%'   108
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='6D'   ASC='m'   EBC='_'   109
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='6E'   ASC='n'   EBC='>'   110
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='6F'   ASC='o'   EBC='?'   111
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='70'   ASC='p'   .......   112
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='71'   ASC='q'   .......   113
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='72'   ASC='r'   .......   114
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='73'   ASC='s'   .......   115
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='74'   ASC='t'   .......   116
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='75'   ASC='u'   .......   117
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='76'   ASC='v'   .......   118
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='77'   ASC='w'   .......   119
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='78'   ASC='x'   .......   120
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='79'   ASC='y'   EBC='`'   121
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='7A'   ASC='z'   EBC=':'   122
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='7B'   ASC='{'   EBC='#'   123
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='7C'   ASC='.'   EBC='@'   124
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='7D'   ASC='}'   EBC='''   125
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='7E'   ASC='~'   EBC='='   126
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='7F'   .......   EBC='"'   127
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='80'   .......   .......   128
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='81'   .......   EBC='a'   129
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='82'   .......   EBC='b'   130
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='83'   .......   EBC='c'   131
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='84'   .......   EBC='d'   132
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='85'   .......   EBC='e'   133
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='86'   .......   EBC='f'   134
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='87'   .......   EBC='g'   135
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='88'   .......   EBC='h'   136
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='89'   .......   EBC='i'   137
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='8A'   .......   .......   138
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='8B'   .......   .......   139
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='8C'   .......   .......   140
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='8D'   .......   .......   141
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='8E'   .......   .......   142
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='8F'   .......   EBC='+'   143
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='90'   .......   .......   144
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='91'   .......   EBC='j'   145
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='92'   .......   EBC='k'   146
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='93'   .......   EBC='l'   147
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='94'   .......   EBC='m'   148
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='95'   .......   EBC='n'   149
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='96'   .......   EBC='o'   150
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='97'   .......   EBC='p'   151
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='98'   .......   EBC='q'   152
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='99'   .......   EBC='r'   153
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='9A'   .......   .......   154
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='9B'   .......   EBC='}'   155
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='9C'   .......   .......   156
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='9D'   .......   .......   157
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='9E'   .......   .......   158
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='9F'   .......   .......   159
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='A0'   .......   .......   160
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='A1'   .......   .......   161
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='A2'   .......   EBC='s'   162
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='A3'   .......   EBC='t'   163
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='A4'   .......   EBC='u'   164
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='A5'   .......   EBC='v'   165
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='A6'   .......   EBC='w'   166
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='A7'   .......   EBC='x'   167
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='A8'   .......   EBC='y'   168
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='A9'   .......   EBC='z'   169
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='AA'   .......   .......   170
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='AB'   .......   .......   171
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='AC'   .......   .......   172
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='AD'   .......   .......   173
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='AE'   .......   .......   174
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='AF'   .......   .......   175
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='B0'   .......   .......   176
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='B1'   .......   .......   177
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='B2'   .......   .......   178
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='B3'   .......   .......   179
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='B4'   .......   .......   180
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='B5'   .......   .......   181
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='B6'   .......   .......   182
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='B7'   .......   .......   183
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='B8'   .......   .......   184
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='B9'   .......   .......   185
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='BA'   .......   EBC='['   186
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='BB'   .......   EBC=']'   187
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='BC'   .......   .......   188
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='BD'   .......   .......   189
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='BE'   .......   .......   190
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='BF'   .......   .......   191
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='C0'   .......   EBC='{'   192
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='C1'   .......   EBC='A'   193
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='C2'   .......   EBC='B'   194
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='C3'   .......   EBC='C'   195
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='C4'   .......   EBC='D'   196
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='C5'   .......   EBC='E'   197
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='C6'   .......   EBC='F'   198
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='C7'   .......   EBC='G'   199
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='C8'   .......   EBC='H'   200
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='C9'   .......   EBC='I'   201
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='CA'   .......   .......   202
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='CB'   .......   .......   203
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='CC'   .......   .......   204
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='CD'   .......   .......   205
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='CE'   .......   .......   206
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='CF'   .......   .......   207
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='D0'   .......   EBC='}'   208
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='D1'   .......   EBC='J'   209
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='D2'   .......   EBC='K'   210
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='D3'   .......   EBC='L'   211
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='D4'   .......   EBC='M'   212
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='D5'   .......   EBC='N'   213
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='D6'   .......   EBC='O'   214
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='D7'   .......   EBC='P'   215
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='D8'   .......   EBC='Q'   216
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='D9'   .......   EBC='R'   217
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='DA'   .......   .......   218
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='DB'   .......   .......   219
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='DC'   .......   .......   220
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='DD'   .......   .......   221
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='DE'   .......   .......   222
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='DF'   .......   .......   223
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='E0'   .......   .......   224
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='E1'   .......   .......   225
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='E2'   .......   EBC='S'   226
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='E3'   .......   EBC='T'   227
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='E4'   .......   EBC='U'   228
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='E5'   .......   EBC='V'   229
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='E6'   .......   EBC='W'   230
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='E7'   .......   EBC='X'   231
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='E8'   .......   EBC='Y'   232
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='E9'   .......   EBC='Z'   233
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='EA'   .......   .......   234
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='EB'   .......   .......   235
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='EC'   .......   .......   236
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='ED'   .......   .......   237
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='EE'   .......   .......   238
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='EF'   .......   .......   239
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='F0'   .......   EBC='0'   240
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='F1'   .......   EBC='1'   241
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='F2'   .......   EBC='2'   242
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='F3'   .......   EBC='3'   243
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='F4'   .......   EBC='4'   244
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='F5'   .......   EBC='5'   245
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='F6'   .......   EBC='6'   246
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='F7'   .......   EBC='7'   247
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='F8'   .......   EBC='8'   248
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='F9'   .......   EBC='9'   249
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='FA'   .......   .......   250
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='FB'   .......   .......   251
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='FC'   .......   .......   252
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='FD'   .......   .......   253
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='FE'   .......   .......   254
2014/08/24 09:36:34 Ap10Jv02 - HEX='FF'   .......   .......   255

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The following are the Windows Command files that will create a table that is used to convert strings containing binary characters to strings containing Hexadecimal Dump information with possible ASCII and EBCDIC display (or print) information.

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The following is the Windows Command file (AP10JVW1.cmd) that is used to display a HEX Dump array to the standard SYSOUT device.

@echo OFF
rem  * *******************************************************************
rem  *               AP10JVW1.cmd - a Windows Command File               *
rem  *         This program is provided by SimoTime Technologies         *
rem  *           (C) Copyright 1987-2019 All Rights Reserved             *
rem  *             Web Site URL:   http://www.simotime.com               *
rem  *                   e-mail:   helpdesk@simotime.com                 *
rem  * *******************************************************************
rem  *
rem  * Text   - Display a Message to SYSOUT using Java.
rem  * Author - SimoTime Technologies
rem  * Date   - January 24, 1996
rem  *
rem  * *******************************************************************
rem  * Step 1, Set the Environment...
rem  *
     set CmdName=AP10JVW1
     call ..\ENV1BASE %CmdName%
     if "%SYSLOG%" == "" set syslog=c:\SimoLIBR\LOGS\SimoTime.LOG
     set JobStatus=0000
rem  *
     call SimoNOTE "*******************************************************%CmdName%"
     call SimoNOTE "Starting CmdName %CmdName%"
rem  *
rem  * *******************************************************************
rem  * Step 2, Execute Java Program, display a message...
rem  *
     call SimoNOTE "CATALINA_HOME ... %CATALINA_HOME%"
     call SimoNOTE "JRE_HOME ........ %JRE_HOME%"
     call SimoNOTE "JAVA_HOME ....... %JAVA_HOME%"
     call SimoNOTE "CLASSPATH ....... %CLASSPATH%"
     call SimoNOTE "Continue AP88JCW1 Display a message from a Java Program..."
     java Ap10Jv01
     if not ERRORLEVEL = 0 set JobStatus=0010
     if not %JobStatus% == 0000 goto :EojNok
rem  *
rem  * *******************************************************************
rem  * Step 3, End of Job Processing... ...
rem  *
:EojAok
     call SimoNOTE "Finished JobName %CmdName%, Job Status is %JobStatus%"
     goto :End
:EojNok
     call SimoNOTE "ABENDING JobName %CmdName%, Job Status is %JobStatus%"
:End
     if not "%1" == "nopause" pause

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The following is the Windows Command file (AP10JVW2.cmd) that is used to write a HEX Dump array to a file.

@echo OFF
rem  * *******************************************************************
rem  *               AP10JVW2.cmd - a Windows Command File               *
rem  *         This program is provided by SimoTime Technologies         *
rem  *           (C) Copyright 1987-2019 All Rights Reserved             *
rem  *             Web Site URL:   http://www.simotime.com               *
rem  *                   e-mail:   helpdesk@simotime.com                 *
rem  * *******************************************************************
rem  *
rem  * Text   - Display a Message to SYSOUT using Java.
rem  * Author - SimoTime Technologies
rem  * Date   - January 24, 1996
rem  *
rem  * *******************************************************************
rem  * Step 1, Set the Environment...
rem  *
     set CmdName=AP10JVW2
     call ..\ENV1BASE %CmdName%
     if "%SYSLOG%" == "" set syslog=c:\SimoLIBR\LOGS\SimoTime.LOG
     set JobStatus=0000
rem  *
     call SimoNOTE "*******************************************************%CmdName%"
     call SimoNOTE "Starting CmdName %CmdName%"
rem  *
rem  * *******************************************************************
rem  * Step 2, Execute Java Program, display a message...
rem  *
     call SimoNOTE "CATALINA_HOME ... %CATALINA_HOME%"
     call SimoNOTE "JRE_HOME ........ %JRE_HOME%"
     call SimoNOTE "JAVA_HOME ....... %JAVA_HOME%"
     call SimoNOTE "CLASSPATH ....... %CLASSPATH%"
     call SimoNOTE "Continue AP88JCW2 Map logical file name to physical file,"
     call SimoNOTE "Continue AP88JCW2 ExecuteJava Program, Write Array Element to file."
     set HEXTABLE=%BASELIB1%\DATA\TXT1\SIMOTIME.DATA.HEXTABLE.txt
     java Ap10Jv02
     if not ERRORLEVEL = 0 set JobStatus=0010
     if not %JobStatus% == 0000 goto :EojNok
rem  *
rem  * *******************************************************************
rem  * Step 3, End of Job Processing... ...
rem  *
:EojAok
     call SimoNOTE "DataMAKE is %HEXTABLE% "
     call SimoNOTE "Finished JobName %CmdName%, Job Status is %JobStatus%"
     goto :End
:EojNok
     call SimoNOTE "ABENDING JobName %CmdName%, Job Status is %JobStatus%"
:End
     if not "%1" == "nopause" pause

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The following are the Java Source Members that will create a table that is used to convert strings containing binary characters to strings contain Hexadecimal Dump information with possible ASCII and EBCDIC display or print) information.

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The following is the Java Source Member (AP10JV01.java) that is required to display a HEX Dump array to the standard SYSOUT device.

/* ********************************************************** */
/* *              ap10jv01.java - a Java Program              */
/* *     This program is provided by SimoTime Technologies    */
/* *       (C) Copyright 1987-2017 All Rights Reserved        */
/* *         Originally released in December of 2001          */
/* *         Web Site URL:   http://www.simotime.com          */
/* *               e-mail:   helpdesk@simotime.com            */
/* ********************************************************** */
/* * The following table contains 256, 5-byte elements.
   *
   * The format of the table elements is as follows
   * Byte  Function
   *  1-2  Two-byte hexadecimal print value
   *    3  Print character for EBCDIC
   *    4  Print character for ASCII
   *    5  0 - non-printable
   *       1 - printable for EBCDIC
   *       2 - printable for ASCII
   *       3 - printable for Both
   *
   * Notice the technique used for an ASCII double-quote (X'22')
   * and an EBCDIC double-quote (X'7F'). The value content is
   * prece3dd by a \ for the definition of a double-quote within
   * a String variable.
   *
   * This program will define (create) an array.
 */

public class ap10jv01 {

   public static void main(String[] args) {
      String[]
                  hextable = {
                  "00..0", "01..0", "02..0", "03..0", "04..0", "05..0", "06..0", "07..0",
                  "08..0", "09..0", "0A..0", "0B..0", "0C..0", "0D..0", "0E..0", "0F..0",
                  "10..0", "11..0", "12..0", "13..0", "14..0", "15..0", "16..0", "17..0",
                  "18..0", "19..0", "1A..0", "1B..0", "1C..0", "1D..0", "1E..0", "1F..0",
                  "20. 2", "21.!2", "22.\"2", "23.#2", "24.$2", "25.%2", "26.&2", "27.'2",
                  "28.(2", "29.)2", "2A.*2", "2B.+2", "2C.,2", "2D.-2", "2E..2", "2F./2",
                  "30.02", "31.12", "32.22", "33.32", "34.42", "35.52", "36.62", "37.72",
                  "38.82", "39.92", "3A.:2", "3B.;2", "3C.<2", "3D.=2", "3E.>2", "3F.?2",
                  "40 @3", "41.A2", "42.B2", "43.C2", "44.D2", "45.E2", "46.F2", "47.G2",
                  "48.H2", "49.I2", "4A.J2", "4B.K3", "4C<L3", "4D(M3", "4E+N3", "4F|O3",
                  "50&P3", "51.Q2", "52.R2", "53.S2", "54.T2", "55.U2", "56.V2", "57.W2",
                  "58.X2", "59.Y2", "5A!Z3", "5B$[3", "5C*\\3", "5D)]3", "5E;^3", "5F._2",
                  "60-`3", "61/a3", "62.b2", "63.c2", "64.d2", "65.e2", "66.f2", "67.g2",
                  "68.h2", "69.i2", "6A|j3", "6B,k3", "6C%l3", "6D_m3", "6E>n3", "6F?o3",
                  "70.p2", "71.q2", "72.r2", "73.s2", "74.t2", "75.u2", "76.v2", "77.w2",
                  "78.x2", "79`y3", "7A:z3", "7B#{3", "7C@.3", "7D'}3", "7E=~3", "7F\".1",
                  "80..0", "81a.1", "82b.1", "83c.1", "84d.1", "85e.1", "86f.1", "87g.1",
                  "88h.1", "89i.1", "8A..0", "8B{.1", "8C..0", "8D..0", "8E..0", "8F+.1",
                  "90..0", "91j.1", "92k.1", "93l.1", "94m.1", "95n.1", "96o.1", "97p.1",
                  "98q.1", "99r.1", "9A..0", "9B}.1", "9C..0", "9D..0", "9E..0", "9F..0",
                  "A0..0", "A1..0", "A2s.1", "A3t.1", "A4u.1", "A5v.1", "A6w.1", "A7x.1",
                  "A8y.1", "A9z.1", "AA..0", "AB..0", "AC..0", "AD..0", "AE..0", "AF..0",
                  "B0..0", "B1..0", "B2..0", "B3..0", "B4..0", "B5..0", "B6..0", "B7..0",
                  "B8..0", "B9..0", "BA[.1", "BB].1", "BC..0", "BD..0", "BE..0", "BF..0",
                  "C0{.1", "C1A.1", "C2B.1", "C3C.1", "C4D.1", "C5E.1", "C6F.1", "C7G.1",
                  "C8H.1", "C9I.1", "CA..0", "CB..0", "CC..0", "CD..0", "CE..0", "CF..0",
                  "D0}.1", "D1J.1", "D2K.1", "D3L.1", "D4M.1", "D5N.1", "D6O.1", "D7P.1",
                  "D8Q.1", "D9R.1", "DA..0", "DB..0", "DC..0", "DD..0", "DE..0", "DF..0",
                  "E0..0", "E1..0", "E2S.1", "E3T.1", "E4U.1", "E5V.1", "E6W.1", "E7X.1",
                  "E8Y.1", "E9Z.1", "EA..0", "EB..0", "EC..0", "ED..0", "EE..0", "EF..0",
                  "F00.1", "F11.1", "F22.1", "F33.1", "F44.1", "F55.1", "F66.1", "F77.1",
                  "F88.1", "F99.1", "FA..0", "FB..0", "FC..0", "FD..0", "FE..0", "FF..0"
                  };
      System.out.println("Length of hextable is " + hextable.length + " ");

      // Print all the elements in the Array
      for (int i = 0; i < hextable.length; i++) {
        String work05 = hextable[i];
        char[] asc07 = {'A', 'S', 'C', '=', '\'', '?', '\''};
        String newasc07 = ".......";
        char[] ebc07 = {'E', 'B', 'C', '=', '\'', '?', '\''};
        String newebc07 = ".......";

        char char00 = work05.charAt(0);
        char char01 = work05.charAt(1);
        char char02 = work05.charAt(2);
        char char03 = work05.charAt(3);
        char char04 = work05.charAt(4);

        switch (char04) {
          case '1' :
            ebc07[5] = char02;
            newebc07 = new String(ebc07);
          break;
          case '2' :
            asc07[5] = char03;
            newasc07 = new String(asc07);
          break;
          case '3' :
            ebc07[5] = char02;
            newebc07 = new String(ebc07);
            asc07[5] = char03;
            newasc07 = new String(asc07);
          break;
          default :
            newasc07 = ".......";
            newebc07 = ".......";
        }
        System.out.println("HEX='" + char00 + char01 + "'" + "   " + newasc07 + "   " + newebc07 + "   " + i + " ");
      }
    System.exit(0);
  }
}

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The following is the Java Source Member (AP10JV02.java) that is required to write a HEX Dump array to a file.

/* ********************************************************** */
/* *              ap10jv02.java - a Java Program              */
/* *     This program is provided by SimoTime Technologies    */
/* *       (C) Copyright 1987-2017 All Rights Reserved        */
/* *         Originally released in December of 2001          */
/* *         Web Site URL:   http://www.simotime.com          */
/* *               e-mail:   helpdesk@simotime.com            */
/* ********************************************************** */
/* This program will get the system date and time and write   */
/* a record to an existing file.                              */

import java.io.FileWriter;
import java.io.PrintWriter;
import java.io.IOException;

import java.util.Date;
import java.text.DateFormat;
import java.text.SimpleDateFormat;

public class ap10jv02
{
   public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException
   {
       PrintWriter outputStream = null;
       String usermessage;
           String filename;
           String[]
                           hextable = {
                          "00..0", "01..0", "02..0", "03..0", "04..0", "05..0", "06..0", "07..0",
                          "08..0", "09..0", "0A..0", "0B..0", "0C..0", "0D..0", "0E..0", "0F..0",
                          "10..0", "11..0", "12..0", "13..0", "14..0", "15..0", "16..0", "17..0",
                          "18..0", "19..0", "1A..0", "1B..0", "1C..0", "1D..0", "1E..0", "1F..0",
                          "20. 2", "21.!2", "22.\"2", "23.#2", "24.$2", "25.%2", "26.&2", "27.'2",
                          "28.(2", "29.)2", "2A.*2", "2B.+2", "2C.,2", "2D.-2", "2E..2", "2F./2",
                          "30.02", "31.12", "32.22", "33.32", "34.42", "35.52", "36.62", "37.72",
                          "38.82", "39.92", "3A.:2", "3B.;2", "3C.<2", "3D.=2", "3E.>2", "3F.?2",
                          "40 @3", "41.A2", "42.B2", "43.C2", "44.D2", "45.E2", "46.F2", "47.G2",
                          "48.H2", "49.I2", "4A.J2", "4B.K3", "4C<L3", "4D(M3", "4E+N3", "4F|O3",
                          "50&P3", "51.Q2", "52.R2", "53.S2", "54.T2", "55.U2", "56.V2", "57.W2",
                          "58.X2", "59.Y2", "5A!Z3", "5B$[3", "5C*\\3", "5D)]3", "5E;^3", "5F._2",
                          "60-`3", "61/a3", "62.b2", "63.c2", "64.d2", "65.e2", "66.f2", "67.g2",
                          "68.h2", "69.i2", "6A|j3", "6B,k3", "6C%l3", "6D_m3", "6E>n3", "6F?o3",
                          "70.p2", "71.q2", "72.r2", "73.s2", "74.t2", "75.u2", "76.v2", "77.w2",
                          "78.x2", "79`y3", "7A:z3", "7B#{3", "7C@.3", "7D'}3", "7E=~3", "7F\".1",
                          "80..0", "81a.1", "82b.1", "83c.1", "84d.1", "85e.1", "86f.1", "87g.1",
                          "88h.1", "89i.1", "8A..0", "8B..0", "8C..0", "8D..0", "8E..0", "8F+.1",
                          "90..0", "91j.1", "92k.1", "93l.1", "94m.1", "95n.1", "96o.1", "97p.1",
                          "98q.1", "99r.1", "9A..0", "9B}.1", "9C..0", "9D..0", "9E..0", "9F..0",
                          "A0..0", "A1..0", "A2s.1", "A3t.1", "A4u.1", "A5v.1", "A6w.1", "A7x.1",
                          "A8y.1", "A9z.1", "AA..0", "AB..0", "AC..0", "AD..0", "AE..0", "AF..0",
                          "B0..0", "B1..0", "B2..0", "B3..0", "B4..0", "B5..0", "B6..0", "B7..0",
                          "B8..0", "B9..0", "BA[.1", "BB].1", "BC..0", "BD..0", "BE..0", "BF..0",
                          "C0{.1", "C1A.1", "C2B.1", "C3C.1", "C4D.1", "C5E.1", "C6F.1", "C7G.1",
                          "C8H.1", "C9I.1", "CA..0", "CB..0", "CC..0", "CD..0", "CE..0", "CF..0",
                          "D0}.1", "D1J.1", "D2K.1", "D3L.1", "D4M.1", "D5N.1", "D6O.1", "D7P.1",
                          "D8Q.1", "D9R.1", "DA..0", "DB..0", "DC..0", "DD..0", "DE..0", "DF..0",
                          "E0..0", "E1..0", "E2S.1", "E3T.1", "E4U.1", "E5V.1", "E6W.1", "E7X.1",
                          "E8Y.1", "E9Z.1", "EA..0", "EB..0", "EC..0", "ED..0", "EE..0", "EF..0",
                          "F00.1", "F11.1", "F22.1", "F33.1", "F44.1", "F55.1", "F66.1", "F77.1",
                          "F88.1", "F99.1", "FA..0", "FB..0", "FC..0", "FD..0", "FE..0", "FF..0"
                          };
       try
       {
           filename = "SIMOTIME.DATA.HEXNOTES.txt";
           outputStream = new PrintWriter(new FileWriter(filename, true));


           DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy/MM/dd HH:mm:ss");
           Date currentdatetime = new Date();

           usermessage = " Ap10Jv02 - ";

           // Print all the elements in the Array
           for (int i = 0; i < hextable.length; i++) {
             String work05 = hextable[i];
             char[] asc07 = {'A', 'S', 'C', '=', '\'', '?', '\''};
             String newasc07 = ".......";
             char[] ebc07 = {'E', 'B', 'C', '=', '\'', '?', '\''};
             String newebc07 = ".......";

             char char00 = work05.charAt(0);
             char char01 = work05.charAt(1);
             char char02 = work05.charAt(2);
             char char03 = work05.charAt(3);
             char char04 = work05.charAt(4);

             switch (char04) {
               case '1' :
                    ebc07[5] = char02;
                    newebc07 = new String(ebc07);
                  break;
               case '2' :
                    asc07[5] = char03;
                    newasc07 = new String(asc07);
                  break;
               case '3' :
                    ebc07[5] = char02;
                    newebc07 = new String(ebc07);
                    asc07[5] = char03;
                    newasc07 = new String(asc07);
                  break;
               default :
                 newasc07 = ".......";
                 newebc07 = ".......";
             }
             outputStream.println(df.format(currentdatetime) + usermessage + "HEX='" + char00 + char01 + "'" + "   " + newasc07 + "   " + newebc07 + "   " + i + " ");
           }

           // Close the output device
           outputStream.close();
           System.exit(0);
       }
       catch (Exception e)
       {
           e.printStackTrace();
           System.exit(1);
       }
   }
}

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Link to Internet   Link to Server   Explore the Java Connection for examples of the various coding or programming techniques using the Java Software Development Kit from Oracle/Sun.

Link to Internet   Link to Server   Explore An Enterprise System Model that describes and demonstrates how Applications that were running on a Mainframe System and non-relational data that was located on the Mainframe System were copied and deployed in a Microsoft Windows environment with Micro Focus Enterprise Server.

Link to Internet   Link to Server   Explore The ASCII and EBCDIC Translation Tables. These tables are provided for individuals that need to better understand the bit structures and differences of the encoding formats.

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The following links will require an internet connection.

A good place to start is The SimoTime Home Page for access to white papers, program examples and product information. This link requires an Internet Connection

Explore The Micro Focus Web Site for more information about products and services available from Micro Focus. This link requires an Internet Connection.

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Link to Internet   Link to Server   Explore the Glossary of Terms for a list of terms and definitions used in this suite of documents and white papers.

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SimoTime Technologies was founded in 1987 and is a privately owned company. We specialize in the creation and deployment of business applications using new or existing technologies and services. We have a team of individuals that understand the broad range of technologies being used in today's environments. Our customers include small businesses using Internet technologies to corporations using very large mainframe systems.

Quite often, to reach larger markets or provide a higher level of service to existing customers it requires the newer Internet technologies to work in a complementary manner with existing corporate mainframe systems. We specialize in preparing applications and the associated data that are currently residing on a single platform to be distributed across a variety of platforms.

Preparing the application programs will require the transfer of source members that will be compiled and deployed on the target platform.

The data will need to be transferred between the systems and may need to be converted and validated at various stages within the process.

SimoTime has the technology, services and experience to assist in the application and data management tasks involved with doing business in a multi-system environment.

Whether you want to use the Internet to expand into new market segments or as a delivery vehicle for existing business functions simply give us a call at 1 415 827-7045 or send an e-mail to: helpdesk@simotime.com

Also, check the web site at http://www.simotime.com


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