The list command is used to display the contents of archives.  The list
command displays the following information for each file in an archive:

File name
Original file size
Packed file size
Compression ratio (packed/original as a percentage)
File modification date and time

In addition, similar statistics for the whole archive itself are tallied
and displayed.

Sample output might be:

Viewing archive 'testarchive.lzx':

Original  Packed  Ratio   Date      Time   Name
-------- -------- ----- --------- -------- -----------
  156492    78826 50.3% 10-Mar-94 22:29:14 test
  419328   164352 39.1% 19-May-93 09:25:12 book1
-------- -------- ----- --------- --------
  575820   243178 42.2% 09-Nov-94 17:17:06 2 file(s)

1 archive(s) viewed

The information under the second dotted line is for the archive itself.
For example, the archive contains a total of 575820 bytes worth of data,
compressed down to 243178 bytes, for an average compression ratio of 42.2%,
and the modification date of the archive is 09-Nov-94 17:17:06.  Two files
were present the archive.

Note that one can list only some of the files in the archive, if desired;
these files can be specified on the command line, either explicitly, or as
wildcards.  For example, in the above case, if one were to enter
'lzx l testarchive.lzx book1', the following would be displayed:

Viewing archive 'ram:blah.lzx':

Original  Packed  Ratio   Date      Time   Name
-------- -------- ----- --------- -------- -----------
  419328   164352 39.1% 19-May-93 09:25:12 book1
-------- -------- ----- --------- --------
  419328   164352 39.1% 09-Nov-94 17:17:06 1 file(s)

1 archive(s) viewed

Note that in this case, the information tallied under the second dotted line
is only for the files listed, and not for the complete archive; that is,
419328 bytes worth of uncompressed file data was listed, and this data was
compresed to 164352 bytes, for a compression ratio of 39.1%, and 1 file
was listed.

When solid file groups are present in the archive, the situation is slightly
different, as multiple files have been compressed together as if they were
one large file.  In this situation, LZX estimates the compressed file size
of each of the solid files by giving it a compressed size proportional to
that of its actual size when compared to the solid group.

An asterisk will appear between the original file size and compressed file
size of any file which is a member of a solid file group, to inform you that
the packed file size is an estimated value.