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Fast ARC file directory read.
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Fast ARC file directory read.
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MSDOS ADIR
by Howard Vigorita, NYACC, CP/M SIG
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ADIR is a MSDOS generic program to display a directory of
ARC archive members. It requires MSDOS 2.x or higher and a 16K or
greater system. This version has been qualified with ARC's up to
level 5.01.

Thi progra i release int th publi domai o th
condition that it is not incorporated into any other software for
which the source code is not supplied. Distribution of this program
with unauthorized modifications is prohibited. Any variance from
these conditions may only be obtained on written consent of the
author or the New York Amateur Computer Club.


USAGE
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Execute the program as follows from the default drive
with ARC also on that drive where afn = ambiguous file name of
member(s):

ADIR FileName[.ARC] [afn]

To see all members when ADIR is on A: and FILE.ARC is on B:

A>ADIR B:FILE

B>A:ADIR FILE *.*

B>A:ADIR.ARC FILE *.*

ADIR will also accept a wildcard archive specification, in which
case it will display the directories of all the ARCs it matches:

A>ADIR B:*

The above will list the directories of all the ARCs on the B: drive.


REGENERATION
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To reassemble this program with MASM 1.0 or 2.0:
MASM ADIR ;
LINK ADIR ;
With MASM 3.0, use the "/A" option to link segments in alpha order.


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