Section J.

                           UNIX COMMAND SUMMARY

        See the on-line man pages on your system for syntax, options,
        and specific function of each command.

       awk - pattern scanning and processing language
       cal - display a calendar
       cat - concatenate and display
        cc - C compiler
     chgrp - change the group ownership of a file
     chmod - change the permissions mode of a file
       cmp - perform a byte-by-byte comparison of two files
      comm - display lines in common, and lines not in common,
             between two sorted lists
     compress, uncompress, zcat - compress or expand files,
                                  display expanded contents
        cp - copy files
      cpio - copy file archives in and out
       csh - a shell (command interpreter) with a C-like syntax
             and advanced interactive features
    csplit - split a file with respect to a given context
       cut - remove selected fields from each line of a file
      date - display or set the date
        df - report free disk space on file systems
      diff - display line-by-line  differences between  pairs of text
        du - display the number of disk blocks used per directory
             or file
      echo - echo arguments to the standard output
        ed - basic line editor
     ex, edit, e - line editor
      expr - evaluate  arguments as a logical, arithmetic, or string
      file - determine the type of a file by examining its contents
      find - find files by name, or by other characteristics
    finger - display information about users
       ftp - file transfer program
     grep, egrep, fgrep - search a file for a string or regular
      head - display first few lines of specified files
    hostid - print the numeric identifier of the current host
  hostname - set or print name of current host system
      kill - send a signal to a process, or terminate a process
     login - log in to the system
   lp, cancel - send/cancel requests to a printer
    lpstat - display the printer status information
        ls - list the contents of a directory
      mail - read or send mail messages
       man - display reference manual pages; find  reference
             pages by keyword
      mesg - permit or deny messages on the terminal
     mkdir - make a directory
     more, page - browse or page through a text file
        mv - move or rename files
     nohup - run a command immune to hangups and quits
     nroff - format documents for display or line-printer

     passwd, chfn, chsh - change local or NIS password information
     paste - join corresponding lines of several files, or subse-
             quent lines of one file
      perl - Practical Extraction and Report Language
        ps - display the status of current processes
       pwd - display the pathname of the current working
       rm, rmdir - remove (unlink) files or directories
       sed - stream editor
        sh - shell, the standard UNIX system command interpreter
             and command-level language
      size - display the size of an object file
     sleep - suspend execution for a specified interval
      sort - sort and collate lines
     spell - report spelling errors
     split - split a file into pieces
      stty - set or alter the options for a terminal
      tail - display the last part of a file
       tar - create tape archives, and add or extract files
       tee - replicate the standard output
    telnet - user interface to a remote system using the  TELNET
      test - return true or false according to a conditional
      time - time a command
     troff - typeset or format documents
       tty - display the name of the terminal
     umask - display the file creation mask
     uname - display the name of the current system
      uniq - remove or report adjacent duplicate lines
      uucp - Unix to Unix copy
      vi, view, vedit - visual display editor based on ex(1)
         w - who is logged in, and what are they doing
        wc - display a count of lines, words, and characters
       who - who is logged in on the system
     write - write a message to another user

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