Any file details on an executable binary file?

Hello list,

I was wondering if anyone could suggest a package or means to look at any or all of the information from a given executable binary file:

- What compiler compiled it

- What (source) language was it compiled from

- What computer architecture the file was compiled for

- How many hardware bits was the file intended for (eg. 32-bit or 64-bit encoding)

- Endianness

If any of the above a simply not possible because of the nature all binary files, it would be helpful to know that too.



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