Updated July 13, 1996. Not compatible with previous version. Scrambles Messages and Files With a Pass Phrase of Up To 160 Characters.
This is a new version as of 11/02/96. If you are on a 386 and higher, it will use XMS if available, so the size limit for files is quiet large. Even if you are using an HP100/200 or XT, you should be able to sort sequential files of up to 512 entries for every 64k of free memory and up to 256 entries for every 64k of free memory for the nttags.dat file. Duplicates are deleted and the old file is renamed to *.old. To use, just type sortit filename.ext you may include an optional path. Sequential files are those delimited by a line feed - carriage return pair and the program assumes that no line is over 128 characters. There is no doc file and this is freeware.
BINHEX DECODER (For everyone with MacIntosh Friends). 19344 Bytes.
HEX2BIN is a BINHEX Decoder. Binhex is the MacIntosh Answer to UUENCODE. Some people who use Netscape will accidentally send a binary file in email this way. No doc. Just save the offending message to a text file and then go to a dos prompt and type: HEX2BIN filename.ext where filename is the text file you saved the binhex file to. Be careful! The binhex protocol specifies a save file name and I do not check to see if this file already exists! No doc file and I declare this to be freeware.