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Icon 00-index.txt 6,547 1994/9/7 [03:31:28]
Icon check.com 2,176 1993/5/6 [16:56:02] [Check 1 of 2] Use this to check the CRC values of files you obtain from the library. Compare the values you obtain with CHECK against those listed in each "disk doc".
Icon check.doc 768 1993/5/6 [16:54:06] [Check 2 of 2]
Icon cpm000.doc 7,936 1994/7/13 [05:09:34] This is the description of the disk contents.
Icon de-lbr.com 6,272 1993/5/6 [16:53:32] [De-Library 1 of 2] A utility to quickly extract all members of a .LBR file.
Icon de-lbr.doc 256 1993/5/6 [16:53:38] [De-Library 2 of 2]
Icon descript.ion 3,820 2015/10/25 [22:43:10]
Icon du-v89.ark 13,056 1993/5/6 [16:55:42] ver. 8.9 This disk utility allows you to modify any byte on a disk. With DU you may even rebuild a damaged disk directory. This program is not recommended for novices -- they should first try to recover a damaged disk with NewSWeeP. Never work on your only copy of a disk and never practice on a disk you really need. The program and documentation are stored in an archive file to save disk space. Use UNARC.
Icon edfile.com 11,008 1993/5/6 [16:55:14] ver. 1/10/84 [EDFILE 1 of 2] Modify any disk file, either in ASCII or hexadecimal, with ease. So easy-to-use that even novices can patch their software. Excellent for getting rid of an extra end-of-file marker (^Z or 1A hex) in your data file as well.
Icon edfile.doc 20,352 1993/5/6 [16:55:26] ver. 1/10/84 [EDFILE 2 of 2]
Icon fbad57.com 1,792 1993/5/6 [16:54:44] ver. 5.7 [Findbad 1 of 2] Finds all the bad blocks on a disk and builds a directory entry to ensure those blocks cannot be accidentally used. Recommended for use on every disk immediately after it is formatted (initialized). An absolute must for any disk which will hold permanent archival copies of your files and data.
Icon fbad57.doc 6,144 1993/5/6 [16:54:52] ver. 5.7 [Findbad 2 of 2]
Icon fbad58x.com 4,736 1993/5/6 [16:54:58] ver. 5.8 [Findbad for CPM+ 1 of 2] Modified for CP/M 3.0 systems, this marks out bad sectors on your disks so they cannot be used.
Icon fbad58x.doc 1,280 1993/5/6 [16:55:04] ver. 5.8 [Findbad for CPM+ 2 of 2]
Icon files.bbs 4,050 1994/9/14 [17:00:44]
Icon nsweep.doc 28,672 1993/5/6 [16:54:00] ver. 2.07 [NewSWeeP 2 of 2]
Icon nswp207.com 11,776 1993/5/6 [16:53:46] ver. 2.07 [NewSWeeP 1 of 2] Dave Rand's fabulous file management utility. For anyone who needs to copy, view, print, rename, move, squeeze, unsqueeze, or erase files, either individually or in groups. NewSWeeP can also change the file attributes. On a CP/M 2.2 machine, will recover files from a disk with the dreaded "BDOS Error" -- just press return every time you get the "BDOS Error" message. What NewSWeeP can't recover is probably gone forever and not worth spending the time on.
Icon recvr21.com 3,328 1993/5/6 [16:54:12] ver. 2.1 [Recover 1 of 3] Unerase files which have been erroneously erased. RECVR21 is for CP/M 2.2 machines; RECVR21X is for CP/M 3.0 machines.
Icon recvr21.doc 640 1993/5/6 [16:54:16] ver. 2.1 [Recover 3 of 3]
Icon recvr21x.com 5,888 1993/5/6 [16:54:24] ver. 2.1 [Recover 2 of 3]
Icon sapp20.com 1,920 1993/5/6 [16:55:48] ver. 2.0 [Sort And Pack 1 of 2] For both CP/M 2.2 and CPM+ systems, this allows you to update the directory of your disk so that all files are organized alphabetically and all unwanted (erased) files are PERMANENTLY and IRRETRIEVABLY eliminated.
Icon sapp20.doc 7,040 1993/5/6 [16:55:56] ver. 2.0 [Sort And Pack 2 of 2]
Icon sd.doc 7,808 1993/5/6 [16:54:38] ver. 13.0 [SuperDirectory 2 of 2]
Icon sd130.com 5,248 1993/5/6 [16:54:32] ver. 13.0 [SuperDirectory 1 of 2] Use this instead of the directory program which came with your computer. Be sure to read the documentation so you know about the many options which are available.
Icon unarc-cr.doc 1,280 1993/5/6 [16:53:04] [File Extraction 4 of 4] Abbreviated documentation for the UNARC, UNARCA, and UNCR programs written specifically for inclusion on this disk. Complete documentation, and most of the source code, is in the regular FOG-CPM library.
Icon unarc.com 4,736 1993/5/6 [16:53:10] [File Extraction 1 of 4] Extract the members of an archive (.ARK or .ARC) file. Remember, .ARK normally signifies that the members are for CP/M systems and .ARC normally signifies that the members are MS/PC-DOS systems.
Icon unarca.com 5,760 1993/5/6 [16:53:18] [File Extraction 2 of 4] Extracts members of archive files on 8080 systems.
Icon uncr.com 6,400 1993/5/6 [16:53:24] [File Extraction 3 of 4] Extract files which have been compressed with either a crunch or a squeeze program. Remember, not all files with a `Z' as as the middle character of the extension are crunched -- this `Z' can also signify AZM source code.
Icon wildcat.txt 3,896 1994/9/14 [18:05:24]

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