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UUFILTER(1x)							  UUFILTER(1x)

NAME
       uufilter	- decode uuencoded files to stdout

SYNOPSIS
       uufilter	[-f outfilename] [-l] [-s] [-v]	[infilename]

DESCRIPTION
       Uufilter	 is  a "smart" uuencoded file decoder that can optionally dump
       the file	to stdout.

       If no filename is supplied, input is read from stdin.

       Uufilter	automatically ignores lines that do not	appear to be  part  of
       the  uuencoded  file.   This is particularly useful in uudecoding files
       that have been concatenated from	several	email or news postings without
       stripping off the headers or otherwise editing extraneous content.

OPTIONS
       -f filename
	       Dump  output  to	filename rather	than the name specified	in the
	       uuencoded file.

       -l      Lenient mode.  This is useful if	passed through a  mailer  that
	       adds trailing spaces.

       -s      Dump  output to stdout rather than to the filename indicated in
	       the uuencoded file.

       -v      Verbose mode; talks about what's	going on.

AUTHOR
       Jim Frost (jimf@centerline.com)

				21 October 1993			  UUFILTER(1x)

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