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Index: C

c command (sed) : Chapter 10, Reference: c
C programming
call-graph profile data for
displaying : Chapter 2, Reference: gprof
compiling
cc command : Chapter 2, Reference: cc
debugging : Chapter 2, Reference: ctrace
detecting bugs and errors : Chapter 2, Reference: lint
formatting files in : Chapter 2, Reference: cb
symbol cross-references : Chapter 2, Reference: cxref
C shell : (see csh)
C- commands (emacs) : 7.3.1. Control-key Sequences
cal command : Chapter 2, Reference: cal
calculator commands
bc command : Chapter 2, Reference: bc
dc command : Chapter 2, Reference: dc
calendar command : Chapter 2, Reference: calendar
calendars : Chapter 2, Reference: cal
call command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: call
call-graph profile data for C programming : Chapter 2, Reference: gprof
calling out (cu command) : Chapter 2, Reference: cu
cancel command : Chapter 2, Reference: cancel
canceling commands (emacs) : 7.2.5. Stopping and Undoing Commands
capitalization : (see case)
case
converting : Chapter 2, Reference: dd
emacs commands for : 7.2.7. Capitalization Commands
case command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: case
case command (ksh, sh) : Chapter 4, Reference: case
cat command : Chapter 2, Reference: cat
catch command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: catch
cb command : Chapter 2, Reference: cb
cc command : Chapter 2, Reference: cc
cd command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: cd
cd command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: cd
cd command (ksh, sh) : Chapter 4, Reference: cd
cdc command (SCCS) : Chapter 17, Reference: cdc
CDPATH shell variable : 4.3.3. Other Shell Variables
cdpath shell variable : 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
centering : (see alignment/positioning)
cflow command : Chapter 2, Reference: cflow
change command (ex) : Chapter 9, Reference: change
character sets, converting : Chapter 2, Reference: iconv
characters
ASCII character set : 21. ASCII Character Set
counting in files : Chapter 2, Reference: wc
Greek (Eqn preprocessor) : 16.2.4. Greek Characters
mathematical (Eqn preprocessor) : 16.2.2. Mathematical Characters
nroff/troff requests for : 12.5.5. Font and Character Size
chdir command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: chdir
check pseudo-command (sccs) : 17.6.2. Pseudo-commands
checksum, calculating : Chapter 2, Reference: sum
chgrp command : Chapter 2, Reference: chgrp
chkey command
Chapter 2, Reference: chkey
(see also keylogin command)
(see also keylogout command)
chmod command : Chapter 2, Reference: chmod
chown command : Chapter 2, Reference: chown
ci command (RCS)
18.2. Basic Operation
Chapter 18, Reference: ci
classifying files by data type : Chapter 2, Reference: file
clean pseudo-command (sccs) : 17.6.2. Pseudo-commands
clear command : Chapter 2, Reference: clear
clear command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: clear
clock modes, setting : Chapter 2, Reference: stty
close command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: close
cmp : Chapter 2, Reference: cmp
co command (RCS)
18.2. Basic Operation
Chapter 18, Reference: co
cof2elf command : Chapter 2, Reference: cof2elf
COFF files, converting to ELF : Chapter 2, Reference: cof2elf
col command : Chapter 2, Reference: col
columns
merging file lines into : Chapter 2, Reference: paste
selecting from files : Chapter 2, Reference: cut
COLUMNS shell variable : 4.3.3. Other Shell Variables
comb command (SCCS) : Chapter 17, Reference: comb
combination modes, setting : Chapter 2, Reference: stty
combining files : Chapter 2, Reference: cat
comm command : Chapter 2, Reference: comm
command history
csh shell : 5.5. Command History csh shell
sh and ksh shells : 4.5. Command History
command mode (vi) : 8.1.2. Command Mode
command substitution (csh) : 5.5.1. Command Substitution
commands
aliases for
Chapter 4, Reference: alias
Chapter 4, Reference: unalias
Chapter 5, Reference: alias
awk scripting language : 11.7. Group Listing of Awk Commands
basic, list of : 1.4. Beginner's Guide
bundling : Chapter 2, Reference: xargs
for csh shell : 5.6. Built-in C Shell Commands
descriptions of, displaying : Chapter 2, Reference: whatis
emacs commands, list of : 7.2. Summary of Commands by Group
executing
after logout : Chapter 2, Reference: nohup
with multiple systems : Chapter 2, Reference: uux
wait between : Chapter 2, Reference: sleep
lower priority, executing : Chapter 2, Reference: nice
nroff/troff requests : 12.4. Default Operation of Requests
SCCS utility : 17.5. Alphabetical Summary of SCCS Commands
sed editor : 10.3. Syntax of Sed Commands
for sh and ksh shells : 4.6. Built-in Commands (Bourne and Korn Shell)
in sh and ksh shells
4.2.4. Command Forms
5.2.4. Command Forms
vi editor : 8.1.4. Syntax of Vi Commands
comments
in files, modifying : Chapter 2, Reference: mcs
in sh and ksh shells : Chapter 4, Reference: #
compacting files : (see compressing files)
comparing
directory contents : Chapter 2, Reference: dircmp
documents : Chapter 2, Reference: diffmk
files
Chapter 2, Reference: bdiff
Chapter 2, Reference: comm
diff command : Chapter 2, Reference: diff
diff3 command : Chapter 2, Reference: diff3
comparison operators (csh) : 5.4.1.4. Comparison Operators
compiling, regular expressions : Chapter 2, Reference: regcmp
compress command : Chapter 2, Reference: compress
compressing files : Chapter 2, Reference: pack
cont command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: cont
continue command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: continue
continue command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: continue
continue command (ksh, sh) : Chapter 4, Reference: continue
control assignments, setting : Chapter 2, Reference: stty
control modes, setting : Chapter 2, Reference: stty
Control-key commands (emacs) : 7.3.1. Control-key Sequences
conversation between users
Chapter 2, Reference: talk
Chapter 2, Reference: write
converting
character sets : Chapter 2, Reference: iconv
COFF and ELF files : Chapter 2, Reference: cof2elf
files
string_files into msg_files : Chapter 2, Reference: mkmsgs
into tables : Chapter 2, Reference: yacc
number units : Chapter 2, Reference: units
coprocesses (Korn shell) : 4.2.6. Coprocesses
copy command (ex) : Chapter 9, Reference: copy
copying
archives : Chapter 2, Reference: cpio
files : Chapter 2, Reference: cp
between machines : Chapter 2, Reference: rcp
dd command : Chapter 2, Reference: dd
with remote systems : Chapter 2, Reference: uucp
lines from standard input : Chapter 2, Reference: vc
standard input
Chapter 2, Reference: tee
Chapter 2, Reference: tr
core images, creating : Chapter 2, Reference: gcore
cos command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: cos
cp command : Chapter 2, Reference: cp
cpio command : Chapter 2, Reference: cpio
create pseudo-command (sccs) : 17.6.2. Pseudo-commands
creating directories : Chapter 2, Reference: mkdir
crontab command : Chapter 2, Reference: crontab
crypt command : Chapter 2, Reference: crypt
cscope command : Chapter 2, Reference: cscope
csh (C shell) : 5. The C Shell
built-in commands, list of : 5.6. Built-in C Shell Commands
compared to sh and ksh : 3.5. Differing Features
expressions : 5.4. Expressions
invoking shell : 5.8. Invoking the Shell
job control : 5.7. Job Control
variables : 5.3. Variables
.cshrc file
5.2.1. Special Files
5.3.4. Example .cshrc File
csplit command : Chapter 2, Reference: csplit
ctags command : Chapter 2, Reference: ctags
ctrace commands : Chapter 2, Reference: ctrace
cu command : Chapter 2, Reference: cu
cursor-movement commands (emacs) : 7.2.2. Cursor Movement Commands
customizing login session : 3.2.2. Customization of Your UNIX Session
cut command
Chapter 2, Reference: cut
(see also join command; newform command; paste command)
cwd shell variable : 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
cxref command : Chapter 2, Reference: cxref


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