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Files from PC Magazine Volume 11, No. 6.
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Contents of the PCUNZP.DOC file



PCUNZIP.COM Version 1.0
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Michael Mefford March 31, 1992 (Utilities)
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Purpose: Provides a smaller, no-cost alternative to the shareware
utility PKUNZIP.EXE for decompressing .ZIP files downloaded from PC MagNet
and elsewhere.

Format:pcunzip filename [\path] [/V] [/E] [/O] [/?]

Remarks: Entered simply with a filename (adding the .ZIP extension
is unnecessary), PCUNZIP uncompresses all files within a .ZIP file into
the current directory. A path to an existing subdirectory can be supplied
if it is desired to store the decompressed file(s) elsewhere. The optional
/V (view) switch can be supplied to display a listing of the files
contained in a given .ZIP filename. The /E (extract) switch, followed by
the name of one of these contained files, will extract and decompress only
the named file. By default, PCUNZIP issues a confirming prompt before
overwriting a same-named file in the target subdirectory. This warning
can be overridden by executing PCUNZIP with the /O switch.

PCUNZIP and its /V and /E options support the use of the DOS * and
? wildcards. This enables viewing or extracting all or only the similarly
named files for a C program, for example. Unlike the full PKUNZIP utility,
however, PCUNZIP does not support the decompression of encrypted files.

Updated versions of PCUNZIP will be made available for download to
reflect any changes to the PKZIP program implemented in files on PC MagNet.
PCUNZIP requires 5K of storage space and 100K of working memory while
active.


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