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SPLITF is a simple utility to split large text files into small parts for viewing or editing. By Norm P.
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SPLITF is a simple utility to split large text files into small parts for viewing or editing. By Norm P.
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SPLITF text file split utility Version 1.0
Copyright 1990 Patri-Soft
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SPLITF is a simple Utility to split large text files into small
parts for viewing or editing. I created SPLITF to split large
communication log files into smaller parts for editing. My editor
needs to have all of the file it edits in memory. SPLITF did
this job quickly.

To use SPLITF, just enter SPLITF followed by the filename to be
broken into parts. SPLITF will create files for each 500 line part
of the input file. You may alter the number of lines per output
by specifying a number after the filename to split.

For a quick example of how SPLITF works, use it to split this file.

Enter the command ===> SPLITF SPLITF.DOC 5

Splits text files into equal parts based on command line
parameters.

SPLITF infilename lines-per-part

SPLITF TEST.DOC 500 split file every 500 lines

The input file will remain intact. Out files with names of
INFILE.nnn will be created. For example a file named BIG.TXT
will be copied to BIG.1, BIG.2, BIG.3...

To recombine the files, you can use the DOS COPY command.
For example: COPY BIG.1+BIG.2+BIG.3 BIG.NEW
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COPY BIG.* BIG.NEW

Call Patriquin's BBS 714-369-9766 for latest version and
for other Patriquin utility software



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