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 m4(1) -- macro language processor
    The m4 utility is a macro processor that can be used as a front end to any language (e.g., C, ratfor, fortran, lex, and yacc). The m4 utility reads from the standard input and writes the processed tex...
 mail(1) -- send and receive mail
 Mail(1) -- send and receive mail
 mailq(1) -- print the mail queue
    Mailq prints a summary of the mail messages queued for future delivery. The first line printed for each message shows the internal identifier used on this host for the message with a possible status c...
 mailx(1) -- send and receive mail
 make(1) -- maintain program dependencies
    The make utility is a program designed to simplify the maintenance of other programs. Its input is a list of specifications describing dependency relationships between the generation of files and prog...
 makeinfo(1) -- translate Texinfo documents
    Translate Texinfo source documentation to various other formats, by default Info files suitable for reading online with Emacs or standalone GNU Info. General options: --error-limit=NUM quit after NUM ...
 makewhatis(1) -- create whatis database
    The makewhatis utility collects the names and short descriptions from all the unformatted man pages in the directories and puts them into a file used by the whatis(1) and apropos(1) commands. Director...
 man(1) -- format and display the on-line manual pages
    Man formats and displays the on-line manual pages. This version knows about the MANPATH and PAGER environment variables, so you can have your own set(s) of personal man pages and choose whatever progr...
 manpath(1) -- determine user's search path for man pages
    Manpath tries to determine the user's manpath from a set of system defaults and the user's PATH, echoing the result to the standard output. Warnings and errors are written to the standard error. If ...
 md5(1) -- calculate a message-digest fingerprint (checksum) for a file
    The md5 utility takes as input a message of arbitrary length and produces as output a 128-bit ``fingerprint'' or ``message digest'' of the input. It is conjectured that it is computationally infea...
 merge(1) -- three-way file merge
    merge incorporates all changes that lead from file2 to file3 into file1. The result ordinarily goes into file1. merge is useful for combining separate changes to an original. Suppose file2 is the orig...
 mesg(1) -- display (do not display) messages from other users
    The mesg utility is invoked by a user to control write access others have to a terminal device. Write access is allowed by default, and programs such as talk(1) and write(1) may display messages on th...
 minigzip(1) -- minimal implementation of the 'gzip' compression tool
    The minigzip utility is a minimal implementation of the gzip(1) utility. It supports compression and decompression of individual files, as well as streaming compression and decompression via standard ...
 mkdep(1) -- construct Makefile dependency list
    The mkdep utility takes a set of flags for the C compiler and a list of C source files as arguments and constructs a set of include file dependencies which are written into the file ``.depend''. An ...
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