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    wat s the input format for this program

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    Quote Originally Posted by dharanitharan View Post
    wat s the input format for this program
    See the usage() function in the program code. The input format is -i<filename> where <filename> is the name of the input file. It can be any binary or textual data file. The program doesn't care what it is. I am releasing the program into the public domain. Please add this comment to the beginning of the code:

    /* bsplit - copyright 2009 by William Boyle, Batavia, Illinois, USA. This program is made freely available and under no constraints by the author. It may be modified, redistributed, or incorporated in part or whole into other programs with or without attribution. */

    FWIW, I don't remember exactly when I wrote this, but it was almost 20 years ago and first implemented on the QNX operating system. As I said, it is just one of the software tools I needed to write over the years that has been quite useful for me.
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    i should add " -i " before the input file name ah

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