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Igor Pavlov (programmer)

Igor Pavlov (Russian: Игорь Павлов, Igor' Pavlov) is a Russian freelance programmer and is the creator and the maintainer of the file archiver 7-Zip and its toolset. He is also the creator of the 7z archive format[1][2] and of a few other experimental programs including 7-max, 7-benchmark, UFA, 777 and BIX.

See also

References

  1. ^
  2. ^ Igor Pavlov's profile on Sourceforge

External links

  • 7-zip.org
  • 7-max.com
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