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The .sws format is actually .tar.bz2 -- a compressed directory containing the input and output for each cell. So you can uncompress it with the tar command to extract your original input into a .sage file. See

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The .sws format is actually .tar.bz2 -- a compressed directory containing the input and output for each cell. So you can uncompress it with the tar command to extract your original input into a .sage file. See

and