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Fish 0006 




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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 08.04.2019 - 15:20

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CONTENTS OF DISK 6
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compress Compress reduces the size of the named files using
adaptive Lempel-Ziv coding. The amount of compression
obtained depends on the size of the input, the number
of bits per code, and the distribution of common
substrings. Typically, text such as source code or
English is reduced by 50-60%. Compression is generally
much better then that achieved by Huffman coding (as
used in "pack") or adaptive Huffman coding (as used in
"compact"), and takes less time to compute. Great for
saving disk space, or reducing transmission time over
phone lines! Also includes "btoa" and "atob" for
converting binary files to ascii, and then back to
binary (for transmission over links that do not support
8 bits). Author: Thomas Spencer, with improvements by
others

dadc A digital computer impersonating an analog clock
impersonating a digital clock. Author: Perry S.
Kivolowitz

microemacs An upgraded version of microemacs originally
distributed on disk number 2. I don't have an exact
list of changes but the new executable is about 25%
larger, so there must be something in there! One
enhancement is that some functions are now also bound
to function keys. Author: Dave Conroy, with
enhancements by Jack Roose.

mult Mult reads the input comparing adjacent lines. In the
normal case, the second and succeeding copies of
repeated lines are output, and the remainder of the
lines are removed. Repeated lines must be adjacent in
order to be found. Options are present to output the
first of multiple lines, for comparing adjacent lines
by field only, and for specifying the field separator
character. Kind of the opposite of the Unix "uniq"
program. Author: Dennis Bednar

scales Demonstrates use of the Audio functions in the ROM to
produce four voice sound. It uses a simple waveform
(sawtooth) with no amplitude control (ie, envelope) or
frequency variation (ie, vibrato), but these can be
easily implemented. Also includes considerable
documentation on audio device. Author: Steven A.
Bennett

setparallel Allows the CLI user to dynamically change any
particular parallel port parameter. Author: Keith
Stobie and Tom Pohorsky

setserial Allows the CLI user to dynamically change any
particular serial port parameter. Author: Keith Stobie
and Tom Pohorsky

sortc A quicksort based sort program, using separate driver
and sort modules. Originally from a DECUS C
distribution. Claims to be fast, but when operating
entirely out of ram takes 93 seconds to sort its input
file, sort.c, while AmigaDos's sort takes only 43
seconds under the same conditions. Author: Dave Conroy,
Martin Minow, and Ray Van Tassle

stripc Strips comments and extraneous whitespace from C source
files. Useful for compacting the C header files to
increase usable disk space. Author: Chris Metcalf

File hash table

Fish0006.lha [md5] 8a1ea3f433e2986bbc505e64367db68b


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