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Basic File Splitter ( bfsplit )

Basic File Splitter (bfsplit) splits files into pieces.

Basic File Splitter (bfsplit) is a command line program which allow you to split a file into separated pieces and then rebuild the original file from parts. It can be used for example to split a big file in order to put it on several floppies. bfsplit is very small and easy to use.



version 1.0 (stable)
released on 5 May 2006


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