sfffmt Ths proggy is used to insert End_of_lines sequences (like CR NL) at the last space or break point within a fixed line length. It can also be used to replace CR or CRNL sequences with a fixed end of line sequence. Break point chrs are normally a SPC which by default is stripped, and 2 series of chrs for break-after and break-before. Input Parameter are : -a : break point chrs ; break after default: !?),- enter control chrs as \003 format -b : break point chrs ; break before default: tab( -c : chg all eolns to this FipSeq default: leave as is -f : force eolns to this FipSeq default: CR NL -l : max line length default: none -x : do NOT strip spc on SPC CR NL during force default: strip -p : File is a PC/DOS/Windows fiel and ends on a ^Z. def: no -v : version number and stop For those switches with parameters, the parameter MUST be separated by a space. Note that -c and -f parameters will need double quotes when used in scripts etc Eg cat $1 | sfffmt -l 80 -f "\n" > $delo (copyright) 2017 and previous years FingerPost Ltd.