TDUMP64.EXE, the File Dumping Utility for 64-bit Windows
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TDUMP64.EXE is very similar to TDUMP.EXE in its command options and syntax.
The main differences between TDUMP and TDUMP64 are the acceptable input files, as follows:
- TDUMP can dump the following 32-bit file types:
- These are 32-bit Windows object, executable, and library files.
- TDUMP64 can dump the following 64-bit file types:
.afiles are 64-bit ELF-format object and library files that are produced by BCC64. The
.exefile is a 64-bit Windows executable file.
With these main differences, you use TDUMP and TDUMP64 in the same ways.
For additional information about TDUMP64, consult the TDUMP.EXE, the File Dumping Utility page.