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BZIP2 compression method and file format.
General-purpose lossless compression method.
Occasionally used for archiving data on Unix systems and for exchanging files on the internet.
Compresses data using a combination of the Burrows-Wheeler transform and Huffman entropy coding.
Stores a single file.
Typically used in combination with TAR.
Developed and maintained by Julian Seward.
Introduced in 1996, released as version 1.0 in 2000.
|"Elements"||elements and options available in this file|
|"Rules"||full rules for each element and option|
|"Options"||rules for options, properties, and settings|
Export a string to a BZIP2-compressed text file:
Convert the previous output back to a Mathematica string:
Export graphics to a BZIP2-compressed PNG file:
This gives the available Import elements of the PNG file:
When importing any element from a BZIP2 file, Mathematica automatically uncompresses it:
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