[jcifs] nbtscan and mac addresses
eric.glass at gmail.com
Thu Aug 5 09:06:42 GMT 2004
> BTW the jcifs.util.Hexdump class is good for formatting hex values. E.g.:
Yes, I use it for some of the logging in Davenport. This particular
function is a bit unwieldy, though; the size parameter is actually the
size of the intended output string (rather than the number of bytes
you want to process). Doing:
byte b = new byte;
for (int i = 0; i < 8; i++) b[i] = (byte) i;
System.out.println("0x" + Hexdump.toHexString(b, 0, 8));
gives "0x00010203". To get "0x0001020304050607", you need to do
"toHexString(b, 0, 16)", which is a little funky (IMHO).
> Also, note that a notation like 0x123456789abc not common for byte
> sequences. In fact the only other place I've seen it is in your NTLM
> documentation. I would have much rather seen hexdump notation in that
> documentation like:
I've always used the "0x" notation for some reason; not really sure why.
> What are example outputs of "unclean" names?
Scratch that; I was just thrown off by the MSBROWSE name. Doing:
on the "MSBROWSE" entry prints a couple of "smiley face" characters in
a DOS window. Whereas addr.toString() converts the nonprintables to
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