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DUTIL1 - DStuff Utilities Package #1
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TOADWare Software Systems
TOADWare Software Systems
Version 1.1
Version 1.1
October 22, 1989
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents




Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

EGABLANK.COM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
EGABLANK.COM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

DEBAK.EXE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
DEBAK.EXE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

GO.EXE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
GO.EXE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

FDIFF.EXE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
FDIFF.EXE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

DSKPACK.EXE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
DSKPACK.EXE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Distribution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Distribution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Newsletter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Newsletter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Ordering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Ordering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Order Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Order Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25






























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Introduction :
Introduction :

The programs in the DUTILS1 package allow you to control
your EGA/VGA screen blanking, erase un-needed backup files, keep
track of different versions of a text file document, clean and
re-order your disk directories, and help you keep track of your
sub-directories.

System Requirements :
System Requirements :

The programs in the DUtil1 package require DOS 3.0 or above,
256K RAM. An EGA, or VGA video system is recommended but not
required.


NOTE :
NOTE :

EGABLANK.COM requires an EGA/VGA system. During the
initialization of the program, if it detects that the current
video system is not an EGA or VGA system the program will display
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EGABLANK.COM
EGABLANK.COM

This program will blank EGA or VGA screen in a user
selectable range of 1 to 9 minutes. The user can also choose to
blank the screen immediately or suspend the blanking function
entirely.

Options :
Options :

At this time only one command line option is allowed. When
the program is started you can add a digit (1 - 9) on the command
line to tell the program how many minutes to delay between no
keyboard activity and blanking he screen.

The program operates by telling the video controller to turn
the "Gun" drivers off so it does not matter whether your system
is in the text mode or the graphics mode since the program really
doesn't care what the video mode is (un-like some screen
blankers).

Once the screen has blanked it can be returned to normal by
pressing any key on the keyboard. Generally it is best to press a
non-printing key (Ctrl, ALT, SHIFT) so you do not interfere with
any applications programs that may be operating.

A special note to Microsoft "Windows" users, if you did not
suspend the blanking before you entered the "Windows" environment
then use the NumLock key to return the screen if it has blanked.

Currently, there are two action commands allowed :


ALT B Pressing this key combination at any time the program
ALT B
is in operation will cause the screen to be
automatically blanked. To return the screen to its
previous status this key combination my be pressed a
second time.


ALT S Pressing this key combination will suspend the screen
ALT S
blanking function until the Key combination is pressed
again.

NOTE :
NOTE :


EGABLANK.COM requires an EGA/VGA system. During the
initialization of the program if it detects that the current
video system is not an EGA or VGA system the program will display
an error message and not load its self in to memory.




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DEBAK.EXE
DEBAK.EXE

Starting at the Root directory this program will step
through all of the directory entries on the current disk drive
(hard or floppy disk) and erase all of the files found that have
a ".BAK" extension.

This function is a no questions asked operation and any
files you wish to retain you must re-name before the program is
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GO.EXE
GO.EXE

This program allows the user to move around a directory tree
on a drive without needing to remember the complete path name for
each sub-directory. If the path name is known then GO will switch
to that directory just as CHDIR (CD) does.

The real strength of GO comes into play when the entire path
name is not known. Anytime a command line entry cannot be parsed
the program will switch to the full screen mode. In this mode the
user will be shown a visual representation of the directory
structure with a tag mark showing the current location.

If the directory tree cannot be shown in the window then the
current directory will be placed in the center of the screen and
a light bar will be placed on the top line of the window. By
using the cursor keys the user traverses the tree with the light
bar moving to show the new selection.

At any time the user can select the highlighted
sub-directory by simply pressing the Return key, or abort the
operation by pressing the ESC key which will cause the user to be
returned to DOS in the directory the program was executed in.

Command Line Options :
Command Line Options :

The only command line option allowed is the name of the
destination directory. If this directory exists then the program
will switch to it. If the directory name does not exist the
windowed system will come in to play.

If the user wishes to force the program into the windowed
mode then any non-DOS key (or keys) can be used (an example is GO
*).

If the program is executed without anything else on the
command line then the program assumes the user wishes to be moved
to the root directory.

Command Keys (Window Mode) :
Command Keys (Window Mode) :

, The Up Arrow and Left Arrow will move the light bar up
,
to the root directory on entry at a time. When the
light bar meets the top entry then all movement up will
stop.

, The Down Arrow and Right Arrow will move the light bar
,
down to the bottom of the directory structure one entry
at a time. When the light bar reaches the bottom of the
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PgUp The Page Up key will move the light bar up one page at
PgUp
a time (20 lines). The light bar will be moved to the
top of the window.

PgDn The Page Down Key will move the light bar down one page
PgDn
at a time (20 lines). If the window cannot be moved the
full 20 lines then it will be moved enough to place the
last entry on the bottom line of the window.

Home The Home key will move the window and the light bar to
Home
the top of the directory structure.

End The End key will move the window so the last entry in
End
the directory structure is placed on the bottom line of
the window. The light bar will be placed on this entry.

Return The Return key will move the user to the directory the
Return
light bar is currently on. The program will then exit
back to the DOS prompt.

ESC The ESCape key will cause the program to return to the
ESC
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FDIFF.EXE
FDIFF.EXE

This program will compare two text files and produce a list
of additions and deletions along with a copy of the original file
with the additions tagged with change bars.

USAGE :
USAGE :

FDiff [option{option}] newfile oldfile [barfile]
FDiff [option{option}] newfile oldfile [barfile]

Where the options are optional and can be inserted in any
order. When entering Newfile and Oldfile (the files to be
compared) remember the order, if the names are entered
incorrectly then the displayed information will not give an
accurate list of the changes made. Barfile is optional, but
required if you want a file with change bars in it as output.

Command Line Options :
Command Line Options :

Currently, FDiff allows the following command line options.
At this time these can be entered in upper case or lower case.
This may change at a future date to allow for more options.

-b n column of barfile for change bar default = 0
-b n column of barfile for change bar default = 0
-c uppercase/lowercase is significant default = off
-c uppercase/lowercase is significant default = off
-d show deletions in barfile default = off
-d show deletions in barfile default = off
-f n lines at bottom of page to skip for footers default = 0
-f n lines at bottom of page to skip for footers default = 0
-h n lines at top of page to skip for headers, default = 0
-h n lines at top of page to skip for headers, default = 0
-r lines that must match before files are default = 3
-r lines that must match before files are default = 3
considered synchronized after differences are found.
considered synchronized after differences are found.
-s screen listing off default = on
-s screen listing off default = on
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Command Line Options Definitions :
Command Line Options Definitions :

-b The Bar-column option selects the column in which the
-b
vertical bar will be placed. The default is column 0.
Column 78 will put it in the right most position on the
page.

-c The Case Sensitive option will insert change bars if
-c
just the case of text has changed. The default is no
case sensitivity

-d The Deletions option will force the deletions to
-d
inserted in the barfile along with the insertions.
These will be tagged with a double bar ('||')
indicator.

-h,-f The Header and Footer options allow you to specify the
-h,-f
number of lines to skip at the top of the page and the
bottom of the page for headers and footers.

-r The Re-sync option specifies the number of lines that
-r
must match before the files are considered re-synced.
The default lines for a match is 3.

-w The White option makes blank lines significant. The
-w
default is that they are not significant.

-s The Screen option turns off the screen listing of the
-s
differences. This speeds up the program when you are
not interested in the differences list, or when you use
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Program Operation :
Program Operation :

Whenever the program is invoked the following information
will be displayed :

FDiff - Version 1.2 7/12/89
FDiff - Version 1.2 7/12/89
TOADWare Software Systems
TOADWare Software Systems
12138 Persimmon Terrace.
12138 Persimmon Terrace.
Auburn, Ca. 95603
Auburn, Ca. 95603

Anytime a problem occurs the following information will be
displayed :

FDiff - The File Difference Manager
FDiff - The File Difference Manager
Syntax: FDiff [option{option}] newfile oldfile [barfile]
Syntax: FDiff [option{option}] newfile oldfile [barfile]
options:
options:

-b n column of barfile for change bar default = 0
-b n column of barfile for change bar default = 0
-c uppercase/lowercase is significant default = off
-c uppercase/lowercase is significant default = off
-d show deletions in barfile default = off
-d show deletions in barfile default = off
-f n lines at bottom of page to skip for footers default = 0
-f n lines at bottom of page to skip for footers default = 0
-h n lines at top of page to skip for headers, default = 0
-h n lines at top of page to skip for headers, default = 0
-r lines that must match before files are default = 3
-r lines that must match before files are default = 3
considered synchronized after differences are found.
considered synchronized after differences are found.
-s screen listing off default = on
-s screen listing off default = on
-w blank lines are considered significant default = off
-w blank lines are considered significant default = off

If no problems occurred while locating the newfile and
oldfile you specified then the following information will be
displayed :

+---------+---------------------+----------+-----------+
+---------+---------------------+----------+-----------+
| File | Name | Date | Time |
| File | Name | Date | Time |
+---------+---------------------+----------+-----------+
+---------+---------------------+----------+-----------+
New newfile 7/12/89 10:21:21
New newfile 7/12/89 10:21:21
Old oldfile 7/12/89 10:21:21
Old oldfile 7/12/89 10:21:21

If a barfile was selected then the screen will also contain
the following line :

Bar barfile
Bar barfile

(Since it is being created at this time no date or time will
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Screen Information :
Screen Information :

Any time there are any differences while newfile and oldfile
are being compared, the additions or deletions will be displayed
on the screen (which can be re-directed to a file or the printer
if needed) using the following format :

[0002:ADD ] This line has been added to the newfile on
[0002:ADD ] This line has been added to the newfile on
[0003:ADD ] lines 2 and 3.
[0003:ADD ] lines 2 and 3.
[0002:DELETE] This line has been deleted from oldfile,
[0002:DELETE] This line has been deleted from oldfile,
[0003:DELETE] on lines 2 and 3.
[0003:DELETE] on lines 2 and 3.

The instruction meanings are :

[xxxx:ADD ] This line has been inserted into the newfile.
[xxxx:ADD ] This line has been inserted into the newfile.
[xxxx:DELETE] This line was deleted from the oldfile.
[xxxx:DELETE] This line was deleted from the oldfile.
xxxx 4 digit line number.
xxxx 4 digit line number.

Example Session :
Example Session :

This is the original file.
This is the original file.
__________________________

The Bar-column option selects the column in which
the vertical bar will be placed. The default is
column 0. Column 78 will put it in the right most
position on the page.

The Case Sensitive option will insert change bars
if just the case of text has changed. The default
is no case sensitivity.

The Deletions option will force the deletions to
inserted in the barfile along with the insertions.
These will be tagged with a double bar ('||')
indicator.

The Header and Footer options allow you to specify
the number of lines to skip at the top of the page
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This is the new file (changes have been bolded).
This is the new file (changes have been bolded).
________________________________________________

This information has been added to make the new file.
The Bar-column option selects the column in which
the vertical bar will be placed. The default is
column 0. Column 78 will put it in the right most
position on the page.

Also the Case sensitive paragraph has been removed.
The Deletions option will force the deletions to
inserted in the barfile along with the insertions.
These will be tagged with a double bar ('||')
indicator.

The Header and Footer options allow you to specify
the number of lines to skip at the top of the page
and the bottom of the page for headers and footers.

This is the information displayed on the screen.
This is the information displayed on the screen.
________________________________________________

FDiff - Version 1.2 7/12/89
FDiff - Version 1.2 7/12/89
TOADWare Software Systems
TOADWare Software Systems
12138 Persimmon Terrace
12138 Persimmon Terrace
Auburn, Ca. 95603
Auburn, Ca. 95603
+---------+---------------------+----------+-----------+
+---------+---------------------+----------+-----------+
| File | Name | Date | Time |
| File | Name | Date | Time |
+---------+---------------------+----------+-----------+
+---------+---------------------+----------+-----------+
New newfile 7/12/89 10:21:21
New newfile 7/12/89 10:21:21
Old oldfile 7/12/89 10:21:21
Old oldfile 7/12/89 10:21:21
Bar barfile
Bar barfile

[001:ADD ] This information has bee added to make the new file.
[001:ADD ] This information has bee added to make the new file.
[008:ADD ] Also the Case sensitive paragraph has been removed.
[008:ADD ] Also the Case sensitive paragraph has been removed.
[006:DELETE] The Case Sensitive option will insert change bars
[006:DELETE] The Case Sensitive option will insert change bars
[007:DELETE] if just the case of text has changed. The default
[007:DELETE] if just the case of text has changed. The default
[008:DELETE] is no case sensitivity.
[008:DELETE] is no case sensitivity.


















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This is the Bar File with the -d flag off (normal).
This is the Bar File with the -d flag off (normal).
___________________________________________________

|This information has bee added to make the new file.
The Bar-column option selects the column in which
the vertical bar will be placed. The default is
column 0. Column 78 will put it in the right most
position on the page.

|Also the Case sensitive paragraph has been removed.

The Deletions option will force the deletions to
inserted in the barfile along with the insertions.
These will be tagged with a double bar ('||')
indicator.

The Header and Footer options allow you to specify
the number of lines to skip at the top of the page
and the bottom of the page for headers and footers.

This is the Bar File with the -d flag on.
This is the Bar File with the -d flag on.
_________________________________________

|This information has bee added to make the new file.
The Bar-column option selects the column in which
the vertical bar will be placed. The default is column 0.
Column 78 will put it in the right most position on the page.

|Also the Case sensitive paragraph has been removed.
||The Case Sensitive option will insert change bars
||if just the case of text has changed. The default
||is no case sensitivity.


The Deletions option will force the deletions to inserted in the
barfile along with the insertions. These will be tagged with a
double bar ('||')indicator.


The Header and Footer options allow you to specify the
number of lines to skip at the top of the page and the
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DSKPACK.EXE
DSKPACK.EXE

Did you know that when you "Erase" a file it is not really
removed from a directory? Instead, the file is tagged so DOS can
re-use the space when needed. This means you could erase some
sensitive data and someone could come behind you and recover part
or all of it!

The DSKPACK program will sort PC/MS-DOS directories in any
of three orders and to write out the sorted directory. While
doing this it will also "clean" any directory entries that are
tagged as deleted. This will make it virtually impossible for
someone to recover the data.

USAGE :
USAGE :
DSKPACK [options] [directory_name]
DSKPACK [options] [directory_name]
or
or
DSKPACK [directory_name] [options]
DSKPACK [directory_name] [options]

Both parameters are optional and, if neither is specified,
DSKPACK will sort the current directory and all elements in the
directory tree below it in ascending order on the "Name" field.
DSKPACK will sort all sub-directory entry so that they fall ahead
of any file entries.

The directory_name parameter, if supplied, specifies to
DSKPACK the directory with which to start the sort. Unless
otherwise instructed, DSKPACK will sort that directory and all
directories below it in the directory hierarchy.

If no disk is specified in the path name, DSKPACK will work
on the 'current' or 'default' disk, the disk shown in the MS-DOS
prompt. If the first character of the path name, after the
optional disk specification, is a '\', DSKPACK will assume that
the path starts at the root directory.

If the path name does not begin with a '\', DSKPACK will
assume that the path starts at the 'current' directory and will
prefix the specified path name with that of the current directory
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Command Line Options :
Command Line Options :

The options provide the user with a means of controlling the
sort order.

They are as follows:

-N Sort on entry Name and Extension (default).
-N Sort on entry Name and Extension (default).
-E Sort on entry Extension then Name.
-E Sort on entry Extension then Name.
-D Sort on entry Date/Time.
-D Sort on entry Date/Time.
-S Sort on entry Size.
-S Sort on entry Size.
-I Invert the sort order (descending order).
-I Invert the sort order (descending order).
-L Sort only one level of the hierarchy.
-L Sort only one level of the hierarchy.
-R Report the number of removed "erased"
-R Report the number of removed "erased"
entries and the sector addresses of the directory.
entries and the sector addresses of the directory.
-V Request confirmation before sorting.
-V Request confirmation before sorting.
-H Help Screen.
-H Help Screen.

The case and order of the options is not important and they
can be specified individually, i.e.

DSKPACK -d -i
or
DSKPACK -di






























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Examples :
Examples :

Following are some simple examples of the use of DSKPACK:
Following are some simple examples of the use of DSKPACK:

C:\DSKPACK This will sort the current directory and all
C:\DSKPACK
directories below it in the hierarchy. The
directories will be sorted in name order and
deleted entries will be removed.

C:\DSKPACK -V This sort the current directory and all sub-
C:\DSKPACK -V
directories under it but will pause for user
confirmation before sorting each directory.

C:\DSKPACK \ This will sort the root directory and all of
C:\DSKPACK \
the sub-directories under it.

C:\DSKPACK \ -L This will sort the root directory of disk C
C:\DSKPACK \ -L
but the "-L" option would limit the sorting
to just the "Root".

C:\DSKPACK \ -R This will sort all directories on disk C and
C:\DSKPACK \ -R
display all of the relative sectors occupied
by the directory and the number of "erased"
entries removed.

C:\DSKPACK \ -DR This sort all of the directories on disk C
C:\DSKPACK \ -DR
but this time in Date/Time order.



























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Warranty
Warranty

With respect to the physical disk, TOADWare Software Systems
warrants the same to be free of defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of 30 days from the date of purchase. In
the event of notification within the warranty period of defects
in material or workmanship, TOADWare Software Systems will
replace the defective diskette. The extent of this warranty shall
be limited to replacement and shall not encompass any other
damages, including but not limited to loss of profit, and
special, incidental, consequential, or other similar claims.

TOADWare Software Systems specifically disclaims all other
warranties, expressed or implied, including but not limited to
implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a
particular purpose with respect to defects in the diskette and
documentation. In no event shall TOADWare Software Systems be
liable for any loss of profit or any other commercial damage,
including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential
or other damages.

TOADWare Software Systems retains all rights to the DUTIL1
package and the right to make updates to this package and its
documentation without notification to the purchaser. This package
is sold and distributed "as is".

Any problems or questions should be referred to :
(in writing)

TOADWare Software Systems
TOADWare Software Systems
12138 Persimmon Terrace
12138 Persimmon Terrace
Auburn, Ca. 95703
Auburn, Ca. 95703

Registered users will also receive phone support.




















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Distribution
Distribution

This package may be freely distributed provided that no
files are modified in any manner. The following files MUST be
distributed with the DUtil1 package in their original unmodified
form:


EGABLANK.COM
EGABLANK.COM
DEBAK.EXE
DEBAK.EXE
GO.EXE
GO.EXE
FDIFF.EXE
FDIFF.EXE
DSKPACK.EXE
DSKPACK.EXE
DUTIL1.MAN
DUTIL1.MAN

The manner of distribution of this package does not relieve
the final recipient of the package from the obligation to
register this product with TOADWare Software Systems. Also the
recipient of the package MUST be made aware of the fact that this
is not a public domain program and that they are required to
register the DUtil1 package to be able to continue to use it.

The DUtil1 package must not be modified in any manner. You
are not allowed to edit the messages that appear in the DUtil1
package with any kind of editor (word processor, text editor, or
disk editor).

Newsletter
Newsletter

TOADWare Software Systems also has a free bi-monthly
newsletter that discusses TOADWare products (both current and
future) and different applications for these products. If you
wish to be included (at no cost or obligation) just check the
proper line on the order form and mail it to us. Registered users
automatically receive the newsletter.



















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Ordering
Ordering

The programs in the DUtil1 Package are Shareware and are not
public domain or free programs. Individuals are granted a free
license to use the programs contained in the DUtil1 package for
up to 30 days on one Computer for evaluation purposes. To
continue using any of the programs in the DUtil1 package after
that time, you must register the DUtil1 package in one of the
following manners.

Registration
Registration

Individual
Individual
A disk with the latest version.
1 Free major upgrade.
Hard copy of the documentation.
Monthly Newsletter.
Notification of updates.

For $15, as an individual, you register the copy that you
currently have. You are then granted a license to use the
software contained in the DUtil1 package on any computer as
long as only one copy of each of the programs in the DUtil1
package is ever in use at any one time. You will also be
notified of updates to the DUtil1 package (there will be a
small handling fee).

Commercial
Commercial
A disk with the latest version.
1 Free major upgrade.
Hard copy of the documentation.
Monthly Newsletter.
Notification of updates.

For $25, you will receive all of the features of the
Individual Package plus you will be able to operate the
software you receive in the Registered Version on any two
computers at one time.

Government Agencies
No Registration fee required
For Official Use












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Order Form
Order Form

Name : _____________________________________________
Name : _____________________________________________

Address: _____________________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________

City : _____________________________________________
City : _____________________________________________

State : ____________ Zip : __________________
State : ____________ Zip : __________________

Quantity Description Cost Total
Quantity Description Cost Total

______ Individual Registration :
______ Individual Registration :
Latest Version
Latest Version
1 Free Major Update
1 Free Major Update
Update Notification
Update Notification
Newsletter
Newsletter
Printed Manual $15.00 _____
Printed Manual $15.00 _____

______ Commercial Registration :
______ Commercial Registration :
Latest Version
Latest Version
1 Free Major Update
1 Free Major Update
Update Notification
Update Notification
Newsletter
Newsletter
Printed Manual $25.00 _____
Printed Manual $25.00 _____

______ 3 1/2" Media (720K) $ 2.00 _____
______ 3 1/2" Media (720K) $ 2.00 _____

______ Newsletter Subscription FREE $ 0.00
______ Newsletter Subscription FREE $ 0.00

Shipping and Handling $ 2.00
Shipping and Handling $ 2.00

Total $_____
Total $_____
Send this form (with payment of course) to :

Richard A. Nichols
Richard A. Nichols
TOADWare Software Systems
TOADWare Software Systems
12138 Persimmon Terrace
12138 Persimmon Terrace
Auburn, Ca. 95603
Auburn, Ca. 95603

Thank you for ordering the DUTIL1 Package and supporting Shareware.
Thank you for ordering the DUTIL1 Package and supporting Shareware.













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  3 Responses to “Category : File Managers
Archive   : DUTILS.ZIP
Filename : DUTIL1.MAN

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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