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Index: P

p command (sed) : Chapter 10, Reference: p
P command (sed) : Chapter 10, Reference: P
pack command : Chapter 2, Reference: pack
packed files, displaying : Chapter 2, Reference: pcat
page command : (see more command)
PAGER environment variable : Chapter 2, Reference: man
pagination, nroff/troff requests for : 12.5.12. Pagination
paging files : Chapter 2, Reference: more
paragraphs, emacs commands for : 7.2.4. Paragraphs and Regions
passwd command : Chapter 2, Reference: passwd
passwd file
4.2.1. Special Files
5.2.1. Special Files
passwords
changing : Chapter 2, Reference: passwd
chkey command : Chapter 2, Reference: chkey
creating : Chapter 2, Reference: passwd
displaying information : Chapter 2, Reference: passwd
for files : Chapter 2, Reference: crypt
prompting for : Chapter 2, Reference: keylogin
paste command : Chapter 2, Reference: paste
PATH environment variable : 5.3.5. Environment Variables
PATH shell variable : 4.3.3. Other Shell Variables
path shell variable : 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
pathname modifiers : 5.3.2.1. Examples Using Pathname Modifiers
pattern matching : 6. Pattern Matching
patterns, awk : 11.3. Patterns and Procedures
pcat command : Chapter 2, Reference: pcat
permissions
changing : Chapter 2, Reference: chmod
for sending email : Chapter 2, Reference: mesg
pg command : Chapter 2, Reference: pg
Pic preprocessor : 16.3. Pic
popd command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: popd
positioning : (see alignment/positioning)
Postscript files
adding a font to : Chapter 2, Reference: download
creating from troff files
dpost command : Chapter 2, Reference: dpost
PPID shell variable : 4.3.2. Built-in Shell Variables
pr command : Chapter 2, Reference: pr
predefined shell variables
csh shell : 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
sh and ksh shells : 4.3.2. Built-in Shell Variables
preprocessors for nroff/troff system : 16. Preprocessors
preserve command (ex) : Chapter 9, Reference: preserve
prime factors : Chapter 2, Reference: factor
primitives, Pic preprocessor : 16.3.3. Primitives
print command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: print
print command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: print
print command (ex) : Chapter 9, Reference: print
print command (ksh, sh) : Chapter 4, Reference: print
print pseudo-command (sccs) : 17.6.2. Pseudo-commands
printenv command : Chapter 2, Reference: printenv
printers, testing : Chapter 2, Reference: lptest
printf command : Chapter 2, Reference: printf
printf command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: printf
printing
banners : Chapter 2, Reference: banner
cancelling print requests
cancel command : Chapter 2, Reference: cancel
current system name : Chapter 2, Reference: uname
environment variable values : Chapter 2, Reference: printenv
file creation mode mask : Chapter 2, Reference: umask
files : Chapter 2, Reference: lp
from archives : Chapter 2, Reference: ar
cat command : Chapter 2, Reference: cat
lines specified : Chapter 2, Reference: tail
log files
of copied files : Chapter 2, Reference: uulog
queue
displaying : Chapter 2, Reference: lpq
removing requests from : Chapter 2, Reference: lprm
status of : Chapter 2, Reference: lpstat
sending files : Chapter 2, Reference: lpr
strings : Chapter 2, Reference: printf
system names known to uucp : Chapter 2, Reference: uuname
system usage information : Chapter 2, Reference: uptime
terminal capability : Chapter 2, Reference: tput
terminal device name : Chapter 2, Reference: tty
privileges, termination of user processes : Chapter 2, Reference: shutdown
procedures, awk : 11.3.2. Procedures
processes
controlling : (see job control)
terminating IDs : Chapter 2, Reference: kill
prof command : Chapter 2, Reference: prof
profile data
displaying
for C programming : Chapter 2, Reference: gprof
for files : Chapter 2, Reference: prof
for programs generally : Chapter 2, Reference: lprof
.profile file
4.2.1. Special Files
(see also shell variables)
programs
aborted
debugging resulting files : Chapter 2, Reference: sdb
debugging : 20. Program Debugging
displaying profile data for : Chapter 2, Reference: lprof
lexical analysis
generating : Chapter 2, Reference: lex
prompt shell variable : 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
prs command (SCCS) : Chapter 17, Reference: prs
data keywords for : 17.4. Data Keywords
ps command : Chapter 2, Reference: ps
PS1..PS4 shell variables : 4.3.3. Other Shell Variables
pseudo-commands, SCCS : 17.6. sccs and Pseudo-commands
ptx command : Chapter 2, Reference: ptx
pushd command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: pushd
put command (ex) : Chapter 9, Reference: put
putting commands (sed) : 10.4.4. Yanking and Putting
pwd command : Chapter 2, Reference: pwd
pwd command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: pwd
pwd command (ksh, sh) : Chapter 4, Reference: pwd
PWD environment variable : 5.3.5. Environment Variables
PWD shell variable : 4.3.2. Built-in Shell Variables


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