Contents of the BREAKFIL.DOC file
Break an ASCII input file into a number of n-line output files.
usage: BREAKFIL [infile] [n] [tempdisk]
where infile is in the current default directory,
n is number of lines per output file, and tempdisk
is an intermediate disk used to avoid thrashing. (tempdisk
should be different disk from one infile is on, and preferably
should be a Virtual RAM Disk).
You can create a 128 k byte Virtual RAM Disk by putting the line:
device=c:\dos\vdisk.sys size 128 k, sector 512, dir entries = 16
in your \config.sys file and rebooting your PC.
example: BREAKFIL C:ALLFILES.LST 1000 D:
This will break the file allfiles.lst into a number of 1000 line files.
Each output file will have a filename of brokenf.x where x is the
file number, i.e. brokenf.1 ... brokenf.999