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.Z decompression in DOS

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I often find source-code or other useful items on the net
that is Unix compressed (having a .Z extension).  How do
I decompress such files on my home PC (Dos/Windows95)?
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The Simtel FTP archive is a great place to look
whenever you're searching for a utility.  The unix
compatible DOS compress/uncompress program can
be found at:
ftp://ftp.simtel.com/simtelnet/msdos/compress/

Get the file: comp430d.zip, its only 19 Kb.
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