BEYE (Binary EYE) is a multiplatform, portable viewer of binary files with a built-in editor that functions in binary, hexadecimal and disassembler modes. It uses native Intel syntax for disassembly. Features include an AVR/ Java/ x86- i386- AMD64/ ARM- XScale/ PPC64 disassemblers, a Russian code pages converter, full preview of MZ, NE, PE, NLM, COFF32, ELF formats, partial preview of a.out, LE and LX, Phar Lap formats, and a code navigator.
Usage examples of "beye".
He would camp down there tonight, somewhere between Beartrap and Beyes creeks and tomorrow morning he would go into the horseshoe, find the cave, and if the Old One still lay there, he would bury him.
It is al baudy and to-tore also, Why is thy lord so sluttissh, I the preye, And is of power bettre clooth to beye, If that his dede accorde with thy speche?