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SPLIT & JOIN V1.00 - SPLIT will allow you to make one big file into many smaller files of specified sizes. JOIN will allow you to create one file from many smaller files. Can be used together or seperate.

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SPLIT & JOIN V1.00 - SPLIT will allow you to
make one big file into many smaller files of
specified sizes. JOIN will allow you to
create one file from many smaller files. Can
be used together or seperate. Can be used
for splitting ZIP, TXT, or any other kind of
file. If used to split TXT, split files are
still readable in split form. Created by
Christopher L. Winland.



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SPLIT & JOIN V1.00 – SPLIT will allow you to make one big file into many smaller files of specified sizes. JOIN will allow you to create one file from many smaller files. Can be used together or seperate.
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FILE_ID.DIZ 470 240 deflated
JOIN.EXE 20484 11999 deflated
MANUAL.DOC 2731 1004 deflated
REGISTER.FRM 3707 1086 deflated
SPLIT.EXE 21672 12689 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated
VALIDATE.TXT 164 126 deflated

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SPLIT & JOIN V1.00 - SPLIT will allow you to
make one big file into many smaller files of
specified sizes. JOIN will allow you to
create one file from many smaller files. Can
be used together or seperate. Can be used
for splitting ZIP, TXT, or any other kind of
file. If used to split TXT, split files are
still readable in split form. Created by
Christopher L. Winland.

Split (1.00) and Join (1.00)
Chrisware Inc.
Christopher L. Winland
December 10, 1994


TABLE OF CONTENTS
-----------------
1. What is
a. Split
b. Join
2. How to Use
a. Split
b. Join
3. Shareware vs. Registered


1. WHAT IS . . .
-----------------
Split -
WHAT IS Split? Split creates multiple small files from a larger file. If
you want to put a 2,000,000 byte file on a 1.44 disk, then Split will
divide the large 2,000,000 byte file into one 1,457,664 byte file and one
542,336 byte file. Besides the files being the exact size of the disk, you
may specify the exact size you want each split file.

Join -
WHAT IS Join? Join restores previously split files. Refering to the Split
example, Join will restore the 1,457,664 and 542,336 byte files into the
one 2,000,000 byte file.


2. HOW TO USE . . .
--------------------
Split -
Syntax: SPLIT.EXE [/F] [/P]

General Use: Split a file (test.exe 2,000,000 bytes onto a 1.44 disk)
Split test.exe 1440K

Default: Creates the files: test.1 test.2

If you would like to put it on a disk then you might want to use this
syntax: (from hard disk)
Split test.exe 1440K /FA:mytest /P

/F Creates the files A:mytest.1 A:mytest.2
/P Pauses after each file is written to allow disk changes

Join -
Syntax: JOIN.EXE [/E] [/P]

General Use: Joins the files (test.1 test.2) into test.exe
Join test.exe 2

Reads test.1 and test.2 and creates test.exe

If you would like to restore test.exe from floppies then you might want to
use this syntax: (from Floppy)
Join C:\myprog\test.exe 2 /P

Reads test.1 from floppy drive, pauses, reads test.2, creates test.exe
in C:\myprog

If you would like to erase files after restoring all files:
Join test.exe 2 /E

If the complete joining process is successful, then test.1 and test.2
will be erased.


3. Shareware vs. Registered
----------------------------
This differences between the shareware and registered versions are as
follows:
Good Conscience
Split: Allows any specification of size, renaming of target
files, and Pausing for floppy changes
Join: Allows erasing for split files and pausing for floppy
changes.
and more...


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