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 bootpquery(1m) -- send BOOTREQUEST to BOOTP server
    bootpquery is a diagnostic function used to check the configuration of the Internet Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) server, bootpd(1M). This function can only be run by the superuser, since it uses reserved ports. bootpquery constructs a boot request with the supplied parameters to send to the BOOTP server, and prints the contents of the BOOTP server reply (as shown in EXAMPLES, below). Note that bootp...
 bs(1) -- a compiler/interpreter for modest-sized programs
    bs is a remote descendant of BASIC and SNOBOL4 with some C language added. bs is designed for programming tasks where program development time is as important as the resulting speed of execution. Formalities of data declaration and file/process manipulation are minimized. Line-at-a-time debugging, the trace and dump statements, and useful run-time error messages all simplify program testing. Furth...
 cachefsstat(1m) -- Cache File System statistics
    The cachefsstat command displays statistical information about the cache filesystem mounted on path. The statistical information includes cache hits and misses, consistency checking, and modification operations. If path is not specified, all mounted cache filesystems are used. cachefsstat can also be used to reinitialize this information (see -z option). The statistical information has the followi...
 cal(1) -- print calendar
    cal prints a calendar for the specified year. If a month is also specified, a calendar just for that month is printed. If neither is specified, a calendar for the present month is printed. year can be between 1 and 9999. month is a decimal number between 1 and 12. The calendar produced is a Gregorian calendar.
 calendar(1) -- reminder service
    calendar consults the file calendar in the current directory and prints out lines containing today's or tomorrow's date anywhere in the line. On weekends, ``tomorrow'' extends through Monday. When a - command-line argument is present, calendar searches for the file calendar in each user's home directory, and sends any positive results to the user by mail (see mail(1)). Normally this is done d...
 cancel(1) -- print/alter/cancel requests on an LP destination
    The lp command queues files for printing. The lpalt command changes information in a queued request. The cancel command deletes a queued request. lp Command The lp command arranges for the named files, file ..., and associated information (collectively called a request) to be queued for output to a destination in the LP (line printer) subsystem. The process is called printing, regardless of the ac...
 captoinfo(1m) -- convert a termcap description into a terminfo description
    captoinfo looks in filenames for termcap(3X) descriptions. For each one found, an equivalent terminfo(4) description is written to standard output along with any comments found. The short two letter name at the beginning of the list of names in a termcap entry, a holdover from Version 6 UNIX, is removed. Any description that is expressed relative to another description (as specified in the termcap...
 cat(1) -- concatenate, copy, and print files
    cat reads each file in sequence and writes it on the standard output. Thus: cat file prints file on the default standard output device; cat file1 file2 > file3 concatenates file1 and file2, and places the result in file3. If - is appears as a file argument, cat uses standard input. To combine standard input and other files, use a combination of - and file arguments.
 catman(1m) -- create the cat files for the manual
    The catman command creates the formatted versions of the online manual from nroff(1)-compatible source files. Each manual entry in the man*.Z and man* directories is examined, and those whose formatted versions are missing or out-of-date are recreated. catman formats the most recent of the entries, compresses it, and puts it into the appropriate cat*.Z directory. If any changes are made, catman re...
 ccat(1) -- compact and uncompact files, and cat them
    compact compresses the named files using an adaptive Huffman code. If no file names are given, standard input is compacted and sent to the standard output. compact operates as an on-line algorithm. Each time a byte is read, it is encoded immediately according to the current prefix code. This code is an optimal Huffman code for the set of frequencies seen so far. It is unnecessary to attach a decod...
 ccdc-et(1) -- ccdc UDF file format converter
    ccdc-et is used to convert a hp9000 ccdc UDF file to PC ET UDF file
 ccdcudf(1) -- HP 9000 CCDC code UDF utilities
    CMEX <---> HP CCDC code UDF format converting tools description =============================================================== Hewlett Packard Taiwan, Solution Development Operation 1. Purpose : If user uses HP9000 system as the server, and uses a PC running ETen Chinese system, also connects through CTERM with the server. Owing to the PC's UDF file format is different from the server. So, there...
 ccdcudfdown(1) -- UDF download utility for ccdc code
    ccdcudfdown is used to download ccdc UDF file to peripheral devices
 ccdcudfgen(1) -- HP 9000 CCDC code user defined font generating utility
    _____________________________ | | | | | HP 9000 CCDC Code | | User Defined Font Generator | | | |_____________________________| User Defined Font Generating System User can execute the UDF generator on a HP9000 terminal. $ ccdcudfgen < return > The following messages will show on the screen : ******************************************************** * (c) HP-UX CCDC User Defined Font Generator Util...
 cc_bundled(1) -- bundled C compiler
    This manpage describes the Bundled C compiler. cc invokes the HP-UX bundled C compiler. C source code is compiled directly to object code. The command uses the ctcom (Itanium(R)-based systems) or ccom (PARISC, Precision Architecture) compiler for preprocessing, syntax and type checking, as well as for code generation. cc accepts several types of arguments as files: .c Suffix Arguments whose names ...
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