Dec 172017
 
FLUSH - Remove TSRs; RFF - Recursive file find; RFFE - Recursive file find including erased files.
File SWAMPUTL.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
FLUSH – Remove TSRs; RFF – Recursive file find; RFFE – Recursive file find including erased files.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
FLUSHV61.EXE 8008 7863 deflated
READ.ME 1757 725 deflated
RFFEV114.EXE 26126 25971 deflated
RFFV118.EXE 26575 26419 deflated
TIME_IT.EXE 27590 18483 deflated
TIME_IT.TXT 629 325 deflated

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Contents of the READ.ME file



S W A M P T O O L S
Paul E. Turton
RR #3
Wainfleet, Ontario
L0S 1V0


There are six files in this archive:

FLUSHV61 EXE - Self-extracting archive FLUSH v6.1.st
RFFV118 EXE - Self-extracting archive RFF v1.18
RFFEV114 EXE - Self-extracting archive RFFE v1.14
READ ME - This file
TIME_IT EXE - A simple timer
TIME_IT TXT - Document for TIME_T.EXE


SwampTools is a collection of useful DOS utilities.



Included in this release are Flush v.6.1.st, FLUSHV61.EXE
and Recursive File Find, RFF.EXE v.1.18 and Recursive File Find (Erased),
RFFE.EXE v1.14. Also included is TIME_IT.EXE, a simply timer utility.

FLUSHV61.EXE, RFFV118.EXE and RFFEV114.EXE are self-extracting archives
containing both programs and documenation.

FLUSH removes memory resident programs by name or by sequence.

RFF ( pronounced like a dog's bark ) searches for filename
fragments; when you can't remember the whole name or even where
in the name the part you remember occurs, RFF will find ALL
occurrences of the filename part you supply, across all your
drives.

RFFE searches for filename fragments of erased files. Normal files can
also be searched for.

RFF.EXE & RFFE.EXE have been tested on AT clone computers using MS DOS 5.
Both programs worked well on regular and Stacker hard drives searching
through five thousand files in less than 1 minute.

Paul E. Turton
RR #3
Wainfleet, Ontario
L0S 1V0


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