bc - An arbitrary precision calculator language River stage zero No dependents

*bc* is a language that supports arbitrary precision numbers with interactive execution of statements. There are some similarities in the syntax to the C programming language. A standard math library is available by command line option. If requested,...

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bc - An arbitrary precision calculator language River stage zero No dependents

*bc* is a language that supports arbitrary precision numbers with interactive execution of statements. There are some similarities in the syntax to the C programming language. A standard math library is available by command line option. If requested,...

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pig - eformatray inputway asway Igpay Atinlay River stage zero No dependents

Ethay igpay utilityway eadsray ethay andardstay inputway andway iteswray itway outway otay andardstay outputway inway Igpay Atinlay. Usefulway orfay eneratinggay onthlymay eportsray....

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glob - 100% Perl implementation of (t)csh "globbing" River stage zero No dependents

The glob command/function implements globbing in perl, rather than forking a csh like Perl's built-in glob() call. This is faster than the built-in glob() call, and more robust (on many platforms, csh chokes on "echo *" if too many files are in the d...

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strings - extract strings River stage zero No dependents

"strings" prints strings gleaned from the given files (or from standard input.) By default strings of less than 4 characters are ignored. A string is considered to be any sequence of graphical ASCII characters (plus space and tab). Options: -f Print ...

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html/commands/chmod/SymbolicMode.pm River stage zero No dependents

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src/chmod/SymbolicMode.pm River stage zero No dependents

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util/lib/PPT/Util.pm River stage zero No dependents

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id - show user information River stage zero No dependents

id displays the user and group names and numeric IDs of the calling process. If the real and effective IDs are different, both are displayed, otherwise only the real ID is displayed. If a user (username or user ID) is specified, the information about...

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ar - create and maintain library archives River stage zero No dependents

The ar utility creates and maintains groups of files combined into an archive. Once an archive has been created, new files can be added and existing files can be extracted, deleted, or replaced. Files are named in the archive by a single component, i...

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ln - create links River stage zero No dependents

ln creates *hard* or *symbolic links* between files. If more than one argument is given, and the last argument is a directory, links will be created in this directory; their names will consist of the last components of the *source files*. If only one...

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cp - copy files and/or directories River stage zero No dependents

The cp utility copies the source files/directories to the target. If the target is a file you may only specify one file as the source. cp will not copy a file onto itself. OPTIONS -f Force copy if possible (DEFAULT) -i Prompt for confirmation wheneve...

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pr - convert text files for printing River stage zero No dependents

*pr* formats text into fixed-length pages with headers, multiple columns and other options suitable for hardcopy output. OPTIONS *pr* accepts the following option: -columns Causes *pr* to print text in columns down the page. Note that *pr* does not a...

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ls - list file/directory information River stage zero No dependents

This programs lists information about files and directories. If it is invoked without file/directory name arguments, it lists the contents of the current directory. Otherwise, ls lists information about the files and information about the contents of...

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du - display disk usage statistics River stage zero No dependents

The du utility displays the file system block usage for each file argument and for each directory in the file hierarchy rooted in each directory argument. If no file is specified, the block usage of the hierarchy rooted in the current directory is di...

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od - dump files in octal and other formats River stage zero No dependents

The od.pl writes to the standard output the contents of the given files, or of the standard input if the name `-' is given. Each line of the output consists of the offset in the input file in the leftmost column of each line, followed by one or more ...

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tr - translate or delete characters River stage zero No dependents

The *tr* program copies the standard input to the standard output with substitution or deletion of selected characters. Input characters found in *SEARCHLIST* are mapped into the corresponding characters of *REPLACEMENTLIST*. When *REPLACEMENTLIST* i...

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col - filter reverse line feeds from input River stage zero No dependents

col filters out reverse (and half-reverse) line feeds so that the output is in the correct order with only forward and half-forward line feeds, and replaces whitespace characters with tabs where possible. This can be useful in processing the output o...

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cmp - compare two files River stage zero No dependents

*cmp* compares two files, byte-by-byte. The result of the comparison is always given by the exit status, and may be summarized on the standard output according to the options given on the command line. If the two compared files are identical, *cmp* w...

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yes - print out a string till doomsday. River stage zero No dependents

*yes* repeatedly prints out its arguments on standard output, untill killed. If no strings are given, *y* is printed. OPTIONS *yes* accepts the following options: --help Print out a short help message, then exit. --version Print out its version numbe...

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