Jeffrey J. Hallman
m1jjh00 at fed.frb.gov
Wed May 9 18:42:51 AEST 1990
In article <1990May9.064608.14464 at smcnet.smc.edu> byoder at smcnet.smc.edu (Brian Yoder) writes:
>Unlike the DOS version, you will have to have the "unerase" programs
>previously installed, to "unerase" a file.
This is true, but on the other hand you are guaranteed of getting
the file back intact unlike the DOS versionwhere often files came
Can you tell us a little bit about how this works? Does it slow down
writing to disk?
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