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pelook command line help

PE Look (pelook) v1.57 build 1801043 - PE/COFF dump and conversion tool
copyright (c) bytepointer.com 2016-2018

syntax:
  pelook [options] <input_file>

[display options]
  -h         - display PE header info
  -o         - dump entrypoint code bytes (see -os)
  -s         - display PE section memory map of memory/image
  -t         - dump data directory table
  -i         - dump imports directory table
  -e         - dump exports directory table
  -c         - dump resource directory tree
  -p         - search for and display paths to import modules
  -r         - dump PE relocations
  -rh        - display decoded fields of MS "Rich" Header (if present)
  -n         - dump CLR (.NET) metadata tables (if any)
  -v         - display version resource (if any)
  -xf        - dump .pdata exception func table (amd64 only)
  -d         - show DOS header info

[conversion options]
  -cp <uint> - convert pointer to image-file offset
  -cf <uint> - convert image-file offset to pointer

[misc options]
  -b <uint>  - override preferred load address (base) of image
  -os <uint> - with -o option, dump specified code size (default=32)
  -l         - output timestamps in local timezone / default=GMT/unaltered
  -q         - quiet mode; disables some verbose messages and displays concise
               information for the following options: i,e
  -x         - disable colors
  -?         - this help

NOTES:
-If no conversion or display options are specified, the default is to display
 with the following options enabled: -hstv; otherwise only those display
 options chosen will apply.
-Conversions between pointer and file offsets take into account the mapping
 for the current PE image as well as the default or overridden load base.
-The CLR metadata table support is compatible with .NET Framework versions 1.1
 and earlier, although will still work with many files produced with later
 versions, depending on the embedded tables.
-Numbers given for the options above default to base-10; to specify hex or
 binary values, please prefix with "0x" or "0b" respectively.
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