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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use Encode; my $tiff_flag = 0; my $count = 0; open(FILE,'<',$ARGV[0]) or die 'Error opening input file'; binmode(FILE) or die 'Error setting binary mode on input file'; while (read (FILE,$_,4)) { my $rec_len = unpack("N",$_); die "Bad record length: $rec_len" unless ($rec_len > 0); read (FILE,$_,$rec_len); if (substr($_,0,2) eq "\xF5\xF2") { if ($tiff_flag) { $count++; open (TIFF, '>', $ARGV[0] . '_img' . sprintf("%04d",$count) . '. +tiff') or die "Can't create image file"; binmode(TIFF) or die 'Error setting binary mode on image file'; print TIFF substr($_,117); close TIFF; } $_ = substr($_,0,117); } print decode ('cp1047', $_) . "\n"; } close FILE;

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