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ARCHIVE.EXE.ZIP

ARCHIVE.GZ

ARCHIVE.ISH ARCHIVE.ISO

ARCHIVE.JAR

ARCHIVE.LZH

ARCHIVE.RAR

ARCHIVE.TAR

ACC Annual Meeting October 29-31, 2007 Chicago, IL Data Collection, File Types, and Costs Checklists

A self extractable zip archive or any executable that may contain zip archive.

.exe

A compressed archive which is generated using the GNU zip program.

.gz

This program is used to compress the size of a single file. If more than one file has to be compressed, they must be tarred together first.

A compressed archive. This is not very commonly used.

An optical disk image or a Universal Disk Format (UDF) image. It contains all the data files and the filesystem metadata in a single file.

.ish .iso

A compressed archive.

.jar

JAR (for “Java ARchive”) is a file format that bundles multiple files into a single archive file. Typically a JAR file contains the class files and auxiliary resources associated with applets and applications.

A compressed archive which uses the Lempel-Ziv and Haruyasu compression algorithm. It is used mostly in Japan.

.lzh

A compressed archive.

.rar

RAR is a compressed file like ZIP, but uses a different encoding format

An archive.

This file type can contain only one file or many files in multiple directories.

Tar (for "Tape ARchive") is a Unix shell command that creates a single file called an "archive" from a number of specified files or extracts the files from such an archive. A tar archive has the file suffix ".tar". The files in a tar archive are not compressed,

.tar .tar.gz .tar.z .z

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