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 ci(1) -- check in RCS revisions
    ci stores new revisions into RCS files. Each pathname matching an RCS suffix is taken to be an RCS file. All others are assumed to be working files containing new revisions. ci deposits the contents o...
 ckfsec(1) -- Check file and directory security
    The ckfsec tool searches a directory tree for worldwritable directories and, in each of these, searches for and reports on the following potential vulnerabilities: A symbolic link whose target has an ...
 cksum(1) -- Displays the checksum and byte count of a file
    The cksum command reads the files specified by the file argument and calculates a 32-bit checksum Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) and the byte count for each file. If no files are specified, standard in...
 clear(1) -- Clears terminal screen
    The clear command clears your screen, if possible. It looks in the environment for the terminal type and then in the terminfo database to determine how to perform this operation.
 cmp(1) -- Compares two files
    The cmp command compares two files. If file1 or file2 is - (dash), standard input is used for that file. It is an error to specify - for both files. By default, the cmp command prints no information i...
 co(1) -- check out RCS revisions
    co retrieves a revision from each RCS file and stores it into the corresponding working file. Pathnames matching an RCS suffix denote RCS files; all others denote working files. Names are paired as ex...
 coco(1) -- code converter for any of Mule's code
    coco runs as a filter for code conversion among any coding-systems which mule can handle.
 col(1) -- Filters text containing linefeeds
    The col command performs the line overlays implied by reverse linefeeds (ASCII ), and by forward and reverse half-linefeeds (ASCII and ASCII ). It also replaces white-space chara...
 colcrt(1) -- Filters text processor output for screen previewing
    The colcrt command provides virtual half-linefeed and reverse linefeed sequences for terminals without such capability, and on which overstriking is destructive. The colcrt command changes underline c...
 colrm(1) -- Extracts columns from a file
    The colrm command removes selected columns from a file. Input is taken from standard input. Output is sent to standard output. If you specify start_column only, columns between start_column and the la...
 comb(1) -- Combines Source Code Control System (SCCS) deltas
    By piping the output of the comb command to a shell, or redirecting the output to a file and running that file as a shell procedure, you can reduce the size of your SCCS file. You can first see how mu...
 comm(1) -- Compares two sorted files.
    The comm command reads file1 and file2 and writes three columns to standard output, showing which lines are common to the files and which are unique to each. The leftmost column of standard output inc...
 command(1) -- Treats command arguments as simple commands
    The command command allows you to run the following commands: User-defined commands whose names correspond to shell built-in commands. System commands whose names correspond to shell built-in commands...
 comp(1) -- compose a message (only available within the message handling system, mh)
    Use comp to create a new message for mailing. When you run comp, it provides a message template for you to fill in and invokes an editor so that you can complete the message. The comp command normally...
 compress(1) -- Compresses and expands data
    The compress command reduces the size of the named files using adaptive Lempel-Ziv coding. Whenever possible, each file is replaced by one with the extension while keeping the same ownership modes, ac...
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