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AQZ File Parser for Java

simple parser to read amateur radio questionary data format zip files

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The AQZ File Parser for Java is a simple jar file. So you can use this lib for reading "Amateur Radio Questionary Data Format Zipped" files (*.aqz). A aqz file contains all questions and images of a ham radio exam. This format was developed by Oliver Saal, DM1OLI and the webmasters of http://www.afup.a36.de/.

Feel free to visit there pages for more informations and for downloading the latest aqz files for a lot of countries.

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Ham Radio

License

Apache Software License

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Java

Registered

2012-06-23

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