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[all variants] Downloading a part of a file? Is it possible?

I know that the question could sound weird but...I was wondering if is possible to download one or more parts of a file.

For example, the first 10 mb, or the latter ones.

I know that there are some apps that let you do segmented downloads, but, is there anyone that let you choose the segment...
11-02-2010, 08:03 AM
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