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Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2012 16:40:40 +0400
From: Pavel Semjanov <>
Subject: Re: LZSS rejection

On 15.08.2012 1:56, magnum wrote:
> Pavel,
> I still haven't figured LZ out. It's is not exactly like pkzip - from
> what I can see, I got:
> 1. bit 0 (PPM flag) is zero for LZ
> 2. bit 1 (keepOldTable) we can't use (or does it have to be zero?)

I don't use it at all.

> 3. bit 2-5 is first bit length
> ...and so on.
> So we don't have any CODE (or BTYPE) field, right? Does this mean RAR
> always use CODE 1, or always CODE 2? Or is there something else I do not
> get here?

In zip terms, it always uses code 2 (dynamic huffman table).


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