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By default, the program will pinger the server on the specified port every 15 minutes.
However, you can modify the time interval between pings to every minute, hour, or seconds, as well as the duration of each ping.
You can save these ping lists and recall them later.
There are two modes of operation: GUI and Console.
The GUI version has a simple dialog box with which you can specify which servers to ping and save the ping list. The Console version offers a simple terminal window which you can specify the list of servers to ping and how often.
Furthermore, you can modify the executable to automatically start pinging when you start the program,
or to quit when the server pings stop or after the specified duration.
You can also specify how long to wait for each ping (0 to wait forever) and what delay to add between pings (0 to wait forever).
It is possible to test whether a server is alive by checking its response status code.
Finally, you can quit the program to exit immediately after the last ping.
The current version of the program is in beta, so it is not feature complete.
However, you can see the features that have been implemented and test them.

Optional Features:
You can configure the program to resume after you have disabled it or quit the program.
You can specify a custom exit status when the last ping stops.
You can enable logging of all the server pings to a file.
You can perform tests to see whether a server is alive, including HTTP-GET requests and checks for timeouts.


System Requirements: eea19f52d2


This is a decoder, primarily for the purposes of saving space.

Compressed Binary Format (CAB), which can be found in most kinds of software. It is very easy to extract data from this format, and is quite widely used.
The ACoder decompressor works in a slightly different manner than other similar tools. The main advantage is the fact that it can work with many compression types:


It is a very fast algorithm. It is probably the most popular type of compression, which can be found in 7-zip and many other programs.


A variation of LZ77. Similar to LZ77, but slightly faster.


A relatively new method.




A popular compression algorithm, which is used in the LZJ and ZLIB file formats.

As far as the algorithm’s capabilities are concerned, there are basically two parameters that define the compression process: the block size, which determines the size of each block in the data (from 4 bytes to 64 bytes), and the compression level, which describes the degree of compression (from 0 to 9).

The compression algorithm works as follows:

the input data are stored in the dictionary, which consists of 256-bits long values, in the case of Deflate, this number grows up to 1024-bits, but the dictionary is also smaller and is organized in a different way, unlike in other types of compression,

the data is divided into blocks of the specified size and the dictionary is set to the required value,

the data is encoded by storing the length of the block to be stored in the dictionary,

the data is stored in the dictionary,

the same process is repeated until there are no more blocks of the defined size left,

the compressor is set to a lower compression rate,

and the final compression process begins.

The decoder algorithm for LZ77 is similar to the compressor, but it is not as fast. The decompression process is much slower than the compression process, but it is also convenient to work with and easy to use. The compression process can be explained in short:

the decompressor reads the length of the next block,

the data is extracted from the dictionary (which is also called a static dictionary) until the required number of bytes is reached,