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 bsd-csh(1) -- a shell (command interpreter) with C-like syntax
    csh is a command language interpreter incorporating a history mechanism (see History substitutions), job control facilities (see Jobs), interactive file name and user name completion (see File name co...
 builtins(1) -- bash built-in commands, see bash(1)
 c++filt(1) -- Demangle C++ and Java symbols.
    The C++ and Java languages provides function overloading, which means that you can write many functions with the same name (providing each takes parameters of different types). All C++ and Java functi...
 c2man(1) -- generate manual pages from C source code
    c2man reads C source code files in which comments have been strategically placed, and outputs manual page(s) documenting each function defined or declared (via a prototype), and optionally each variab...
 c2ph(1) -- Dump C structures as generated from "cc -g -S" stabs
    The following is the old c2ph.doc documentation by Tom Christiansen Date: 25 Jul 91 08:10:21 GMT Once upon a time, I wrote a program called pstruct. It was a perl program that tried...
 c89(1) -- ANSI (1989) C compiler
    Calls the C compiler (cc) with the given options , using a C language environment compatible with the -ansiC specification. This includes proper handling of trigraphs, disabling non-ANSI compiler feat...
 calendar(1) -- reminder service
    Calendar checks the current directory for a file named calendar and displays lines that begin with either today's date or tomorrow's. On Fridays, events on Friday through Monday are displayed. If th...
 captoinfo(1) -- convert a termcap description into a terminfo description
    captoinfo looks in file for termcap descriptions. For each one found, an equivalent terminfo description is written to standard output. Termcap tc capabilities are translated directly to terminfo use ...
 cat(1) -- concatenate files and print on the standard output
    Concatenate FILE(s), or standard input, to standard output. -A, --show-all equivalent to -vET -b, --number-nonblank number nonblank output lines -e equivalent to -vE -E, --show-ends display $ at end o...
 catchsegv(1) -- Catch segmentation faults in programs
    Used to debug segmentation faults in programs. The output is the content of registers, plus a backtrace. Basically you call your program and its arguments as the arguments to catchsegv.
 ccmtcnvt(1) -- convert C++ comments to C comments
    This program converts the C++ style comments into traditional C style comments. C++ allows comments of that begin with `//' and end with the next newline, but they weren't introduced to the C langua...
 cdecl(1) -- decode C type declarations
    The cdecl utility decodes C type declarations producing a verbose description. Casts are accepted as well. The options are as follows: -o file Set the output destination to file. -V Print version info...
 cflow(1) -- print a function call hierarchy
    The cflow command reads files as program source and attempts to print a graph of the program's function call hierarchy to the standard output. Called functions are indented with respect to their call...
 chage(1) -- change user password expiry information
    chage changes the number of days between password changes and the date of the last password change. This information is used by the system to determine when a user must change her password. The chage ...
 charset(1) -- Set an ACM for use in one of the G0/G1 charset slots.
    The linux console has 2 slots for charsets, labeled G0 and G1. charset changes the slot in use by the current VT to either G0 or G1, and fills the slot either with one of the 3 predefined ACMs (cp437,...
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