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Manual Reference Pages  -  DATA::PARSEBINARY::DATA::CAP (3)

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NAME

Data::ParseBinary::Data::Cap - Parsing "tcpdump capture file"

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SYNOPSIS



    use Data::ParseBinary::Data::Cap qw{$data_cap_parser};
    my $data = $data_cap_parser->parse(CreateStreamReader(File => $fh));



Parsing tcpdump capture file, whatever it is. Please note that this parser have a lot of white space. (paddings) So when I rebuild the file, the padded area is zeroed, and the re-created file does not match the original file.

I don’t know if the recreated file is valid.

This is a part of the Data::ParseBinary package, and is just one ready-made parser. please go to the main page for additional usage info.

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