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       mshowfat - shows FAT clusters allocated to file

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Description

       The mshowfat command is used to display the FAT entries for a file.  Syntax:

       mshowfat [-o offset] files

       If no offset is given, a list of all clusters occupied by  the  file  is  printed.  If  an
       offset is given, only the number of the cluster containing that offset is printed.

See Also

       Mtools' texinfo doc

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