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 Inventor/ivinfo(1) -- Prints information about Inventor files
    ivinfo prints (to standard output) information about the named file. (If no input file is given, ivinfo reads from the standard input.) The information includes whether the file is in ASCII or binary format, and, for each scene graph in the file, the number of nodes in the graph and the contents of any SoInfo nodes contained in it.
 IvToRib(1) -- convert an Open Inventor 2.0 file to a Renderman .rib file
    IvToRib converts an Open Inventor 2.0 file into a Renderman 3.0.3 .RIB data file. Copyright (c) Acuris, Inc. 1995. Command Line Options Typically, IvToRib expects an Open Inventor file to be specified on the command line after all command option switches. If no Open Inventor file is specified on the command line, IvToRib will read from standard input (stdin). By default, IvToRib writes the converted data to standard output (stdout) and messages to standard error (stderr). -h Prints a program usa...
 Inventor/ivview(1) -- fast, interactive 3D viewer of Inventor files
    ivview reads an Inventor file (or files) and provides a simple interface to quickly view 3D data. The input files must be valid Inventor 3D files (versions 1.0 or 2.0). All the files specified at the command line are read in and rendered. ivview presents a single window containing an Inventor viewer (examiner viewer or the walk viewer) and a menu bar. Note that if you click and hold the right mouse button, the viewer pop-up capabilities will be displayed. Also, note that the viewer has a help ca...
 X11/iwsh(1) -- creates and specifies a window shell
    The iwsh program is an international terminal emulation program that runs a shell (or other UNIX command) within its own window on the screen. It comes from xwsh. The functions are the same as original xwsh, and the iwsh using xwnmo inputing multilingual strings.
 java(1) -- Java Execution and Development Environments
    /usr/java/bin/javac Java language compiler /usr/java/bin/java Java language interpreter /usr/java/bin/jdb Java language command-line debugger /usr/java/bin/javah Program that creates C header files and C stub files for a Java class /usr/java/bin/javap Program that disassembles compiled Java files /usr/java/bin/javadoc Program that generates API documentation in HTML /usr/java/bin/appletviewer Program that allows you to run applets without a web browser /usr/java/bin/jar The Java archive tool /us...
 java_plugin(1) -- Runtime Plug-in for Irix, Java(tm) Edition
    For more general information about the purpose and use of this plug-in, see http://java.sun.com/products/plugin/ For details on its use on SGI systems, see the release notes for java_plugin relnotes java_plugin
 jgui(1) -- Xinet GUI service for remote administration
    Jgui is an administration program for Xinet servers which speaks a proprietary protocol over a TCP/IP connection to a ``client'' application that handles user GUI interactions. Xinet also ships a JAVA application that implements the client side of this protocol. See the Xinet Administration Guide for details about running the JAVA client on a Macintosh. The jgui program implements identical behaviour to xktalk(1), except for not interacting with the user via the X Window System. It even uses t...
 jobs(1) -- display status of jobs in the current session
    The jobs utility displays the status of jobs that were started in the current shell environment; see Shell Execution Environment. When jobs reports the termination status of a job, the shell removes its process ID from the list of those "known in the current shell execution environment".
 join(1) -- relational database operator
    join forms, on the standard output, a join of the two relations specified by the lines of file1 and file2. If file1 is -, the standard input is used. file1 and file2 must be sorted in increasing code set collating sequence on the fields on which they are to be joined, normally the first in each line [see sort(1)]. join processes supplementary code set characters in files, and recognizes supplementary code set characters given to the -e and -t op...
 jot(1) -- mouse-based text editor
    Jot is a display-oriented cut-and-paste style ASCII text editor tuned to run on Silicon Graphics machines. Jot is written using pure Graphics Library code, and hence will not work on a generic X terminal, and it ignores the X resources. Jot (which was originally called "zip"), is tuned to run well on large files, and can edit arbitrary binary files.
 kats(1) -- K-AShare File Manipulation Utilities
    These routines let you copy, delete, move and set AppleShare attributes for K-AShare files. K-AShare stores AppleShare specific information, such as file Type and Creator and the resource fork, in several utility files. This information will be lost if you use cp(1), mv(1) and rm(1), to move K-AShare files around a unix filesystem. If you use kscp, ksmv, and ksrm, the AppleShare info will be moved or deleted as necessary. Kats is an administrative program used to view and set various AppleShare ...
 katype(1) -- determine file type
    Katype tests each argument in an attempt to classify it. It uses the same algorithm as K-AShare to determine the Macintosh Finder Information, FileType and FileCreator for files resident in the UNIX filesystem. The main purpose of katype is to check the proper working of the file typing heuristics. See filetype(5) for a discussion of these. Flags include: -m typefile specifies an alternate file of specifications. This is useful when one wants to test the applied heuristics. -c gives a test print...
 kbdcomp(1) -- compile code set and keyboard map tables
 kbdload(1) -- load or link kbd tables
    Tables included in the file filename are loaded into the kbd STREAMS module, which must already have been pushed into the standard input stream. (In this context loaded means copied from a disk file into main memory within the operating system.) This program is intended both to provide for loading and linking of both shared or public tables and private tables implementing user-specific functionality. New users should refer to kbdcomp(1M) and kbd(7) for a ge...
 kbdpipe(1) -- use the kbd module in a pipeline
    The kbdpipe command allows the use of kbd tables as pipeline elements between user programs. [See kbdcomp(1M) and kbd(7) for descriptions of the module and its capabilities.] kbdpipe is mostly useful in code set conversion applications. If an output file is given, then all infiles are piped to the given output file. With no arguments other than -t, standard input is converted and sent to standard output. The r...
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