E00CONV(1) General Commands Manual E00CONV(1)NAME
e00conv - Converts Arc/Info E00 files from one level of compression to another.
e00conv <input_file> <output_file> [NONE|PARTIAL|FULL]
e00conv is a program takes a E00 file as input (compressed or not) and copies it to a new file with the requested compression level (NONE,
PARTIAL or FULL).
input_file is the name of the E00 file to read from.
output_file is the name of the file to create. If the file already exists then it is overwritten.
The last argument is optional and specifies the compression level to use when creating the output file (one of NONE, PARTIAL or FULL). The
default is NONE (uncompressed).
The program documentation available in HTML format.
e00conv was written by Daniel Morissette <email@example.com>.
This manual page was written by Paul Wise <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
September 24, 2005 E00CONV(1)
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