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I am new to reverse engineering, How to work on the diffing results(Similar function) generated by Bindiff using IDAPython.

*work is like finding no basic blocks, no of edges

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When you use bindiff e.g., bindiff original.BinExport patched.BinExport it will create a BinDiff file, e.g., original_vs_patched.BinDiff. In the current version (6) that file is an sqlite3 database. You can find some of the information you're looking for in the tables in that database-- specifically, the functions table contains the number of basic blocks and edges.

Since you're using IDA, I also recommend you check out ida_haru, it may also export some of the information you're looking for.

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