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Does anyone know where I can find and download something called "LZZ Compression"? Or LZ77? Or LZSS?  Appreciate any help. - Norm
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LZZ stands for Lempel-Ziv.

You don't specify for which platform, so I will assume you mean Dos/Win.

What you want is a copy of Yoshi's LHA. You can download it from

http://www.shareware.com

under DOS programs, search for LHA.

If you want to run it from windows, also download WinZip from:

http://www.winzip.com/

and add the path where you installed LHA to the configuration dirextories of WinZip
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