'p' - PRINT FILES IN ARCHIVE(S) TO SCREEN [REGISTERED VERSION ONLY] The print command is used to display text files stored in archives, to the screen. For example: "lzx p archive.lzx readme.txt". This features allows one to read "readme" and ".diz" files in archives without having to extract the files first. To read any "readme" type files in a newly obtained archive, one can use a command similar to: "lzx p archive.lzx #?read#?". If no file names are specified on the command line, then all files in the archive(s) are printed; otherwise, only the specified files are tested. A short banner appears before each file listed, providing its name and file length. This command should be used to view text files only; viewing binary files will result in garbage being displayed to the screen. If this should happen, a ^C (control-C) will abort the operation. If any of the tested files are corrupted, or a problem is encountered in any archive(s), LZX will exit with an error code.