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use Convert::BinHex to decode BinHex files


Usage: [options] file ... file

Where the options are:

    -o dir    Output in given directory (default outputs in file's directory)
    -v        Verbose output (normally just one line per file is shown)


Each file is expected to be a BinHex file.  By default, the output file is given the name that the BinHex file dictates, regardless of the name of the BinHex file.


Largely untested.


Paul J. Schinder (NASA/GSFC) mostly, though Eryq can't seem to keep his grubby paws off anything...

Sören M. Andersen (somian), made it actually work under Perl 5.8.7 on MSWin32.


2024-01-25 perl v5.38.2 User Contributed Perl Documentation