If you're talking CP/M-80, there's no FAT. There's a directory, the
format and layout of which is clearly described in many available
sources. There are utilities which allow direct editing of a
diskette, and I'd suggest you try a few of them once you've learned
how and where the directory lies on the diskettes in question.
>I need a program to translate cpm files to ascii.
>The most important disk's fat is curropted, so I need to read everything to an
>ascii file bypassing the fat.
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