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kc2img(1)		    General Commands Manual		     kc2img(1)

NAME
       kc2img -	convert	KC files to raw	KC tape	images

SYNOPSIS
       kc2img <infile> <outfile>

DESCRIPTION
       kc2img  converts	 the following file types to raw KC tape images. Those
       files contain the data bytes as written by the KC  tape	routines  with
       block number and	checksum removed. So each block	is saved as 128	bytes.

       Machine	code files start with an 128 byte header (one block) that con-
       tains filename, load start address, load	end address and	 optionally  a
       start  address  whose presence is flagged by a status byte. Basic files
       only have a 13 byte header with filename	and filesize.

       1) files	used by	the KC emulator	by Arne	 Fitzenreiter  (usually	 named
       .TAP)

       2)  files  used	by the GEMINI-SOFT KC emulator (usually	named .GPF for
       machine code files and .GBF for basic files)

       3) BASIC	files (usually named .SSS)

       4) KC image files that contain the data written by the KC tape routines
       without block number and	checksum (usually named	.KCC or	.KCB where the
       .KCB files are BASIC files with an autostart routine)

BUGS
       Basic files are not handled properly.

SEE ALSO
       kcemu(1x), kctape(1), kc2tap(1),	kc2wav(1), kc2raw(1)

AUTHOR
       This manual page	was written by Torsten Paul <Torsten.Paul@gmx.de>, for
       the Debian GNU/Linux system (but	may be used by others).

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