dd utility skip
To skip a certain number of bytes using the
dd utility in Assembly language, you can specify the skip value using the
ibs (input block size) and
skip options. Here's an example of how you can use the
dd utility to skip bytes:
dd if=input_file of=output_file ibs=1 skip=10
In this example,
input_file is the name of the input file,
output_file is the name of the output file, and
ibs=1 specifies that the input block size is 1 byte. The
skip=10 option indicates that the
dd utility should skip the first 10 bytes of the input file.
You can adjust the value of
skip to skip a different number of bytes as per your requirement.