Extracting CDOS and CP/M) files
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at verizon.net
Thu Oct 11 15:14:51 CDT 2007
On Thursday 11 October 2007 13:58, Fred Cisin wrote:
> > Does each entry represent a cluster?
> Yes, each of the numbers in the block list represents a "cluster" (which
> is the MICROS~1 word for a block) Each OS company seems to have had their
> own unique word (like "standards") for an allocation unit.
> Remember that CP/M calls a 128 byte record a "sector" disunirregardless of
> how many there are in each physical sector.
Yeah, "cluster" is a _DOS_ thing! CP/M called 'em "allocation units" or
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