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Index: S

s command (sed) : Chapter 10, Reference: s
sact command (SCCS) : Chapter 17, Reference: sact
save command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: save
savehist shell variable : 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
sccs (front end to SCCS) : 17.6. sccs and Pseudo-commands
SCCS utility : 17. The SCCS Utility
commands and psuedo-commands : 17.5. Alphabetical Summary of SCCS Commands
keywords for : 17.3. Identification Keywords
RCS commands equivalents : 18.4. Conversion Guide for SCCS Users
sccsdiff command (SCCS) : Chapter 17, Reference: sccsdiff
script command : Chapter 2, Reference: script
sdb command : Chapter 2, Reference: sdb
sdb debugger : 20.1. The Sdb Debugger
sdiff command : Chapter 2, Reference: sdiff
searching
emacs commands for : 7.2.8. Incremental Search Commands
file contents
for matching text : Chapter 2, Reference: fgrep
for newline/null sequence : Chapter 2, Reference: strings
regular expressions for
Chapter 2, Reference: egrep
Chapter 2, Reference: grep
Internet directory : Chapter 2, Reference: whois
pattern matching : 6. Pattern Matching
by pattern-matching : Chapter 2, Reference: awk
search-and-replace : 6.4.1. Examples of Searching and Replacing
searching for files : Chapter 2, Reference: find
SECONDS shell variable : 4.3.2. Built-in Shell Variables
secret keys
decrypting : Chapter 2, Reference: keylogin
deleting : Chapter 2, Reference: keylogout
secure network services
decrypting secret keys in : Chapter 2, Reference: keylogin
deleting secret keys in : Chapter 2, Reference: keylogout
sed command : Chapter 2, Reference: sed
sed editor : 10. The Sed Editor
commands for : 10.3. Syntax of Sed Commands
pattern-matching metacharacters : 6.2. Metacharacters, Listed by UNIX Program
search-and-replace examples : 6.4.1. Examples of Searching and Replacing
select command (ksh, sh) : Chapter 4, Reference: select
selecting columns from files : Chapter 2, Reference: cut
semaphore sets, removing : Chapter 2, Reference: ipcrm
sending email messages : Chapter 2, Reference: mailx
to all users : Chapter 2, Reference: wall
service grades, listing : Chapter 2, Reference: uuglist
sessions
customizing : 3.2.2. Customization of Your UNIX Session
recording : Chapter 2, Reference: script
set command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: set
set command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: set
set command (ex) : Chapter 9, Reference: set
set command (ksh, sh) : Chapter 4, Reference: set
:set command (vi) : 8.10.1. The :set Command
setenv command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: setenv
setenv command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: setenv
sh (Bourne shell) : 4. The Bourne Shell and Korn Shell
built-in commands, list of : 4.6. Built-in Commands (Bourne and Korn Shell)
compared to ksh and csh : 3.5. Differing Features
invoking shell : 4.8. Invoking the Shell
job control : 4.7. Job Control
setting restrictions on
Chapter 2, Reference: rsh
4.9. Restricted Shells
variables : 4.3. Variables
sh command : Chapter 2, Reference: sh
sh command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: sh
SHACCT shell variable : 4.3.3. Other Shell Variables
shared memory identifiers, removing : Chapter 2, Reference: ipcrm
#! command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: #!
#! command (ksh, sh) : Chapter 4, Reference: #!shell
shell characters (emacs) : 7.2.12. Special Shell Characters
shell command (ex) : Chapter 9, Reference: shell
SHELL environment variable : 5.3.5. Environment Variables
shell scripts : 3.2.3. Programming
for background processes : Chapter 2, Reference: wait
job control via : Chapter 2, Reference: jsh
reading from terminal : Chapter 2, Reference: line
running : Chapter 2, Reference: lptest
SHELL shell variable : 4.3.3. Other Shell Variables
shell shell variable : 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
shell variables
csh shell : 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
sh and ksh shells : 4.3.2. Built-in Shell Variables
shells
invoking
4.8. Invoking the Shell
5.8. Invoking the Shell
multiple
controlling from one terminal : Chapter 2, Reference: shl
overview of : 3. The UNIX Shell: An Overview
restricted : 4.9. Restricted Shells
types (flavors) of : 3.3. Shell Flavors
shift command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: shift
shift command (ksh, sh) : Chapter 4, Reference: shift
shl command : Chapter 2, Reference: shl
shutdown command
Chapter 2, Reference: shutdown
(see also halt command; reboot command)
signals, tracing : Chapter 2, Reference: truss
signing on to system : Chapter 2, Reference: login
sin command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: sin
size command : Chapter 2, Reference: size
sleep command : Chapter 2, Reference: sleep
.so requests, eliminating in nroff or troff files : Chapter 2, Reference: soelim
soelim command : Chapter 2, Reference: soelim
Solaris 2.0 : 1.1. Merging the Traditions
generating index for : Chapter 2, Reference: ptx
sort command
Chapter 2, Reference: sort
(see also comm command; join command; uniq command)
sorting files : Chapter 2, Reference: tsort
joining lines of sorted files : Chapter 2, Reference: join
removing duplicate lines : Chapter 2, Reference: uniq
source command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: source
source command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: source
source command (ex) : Chapter 9, Reference: source
source files, sending : Chapter 2, Reference: uuto
spacing : (see whitespace)
spell command : Chapter 2, Reference: spell
split command : Chapter 2, Reference: split
split command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: split
splitting files : Chapter 2, Reference: csplit
sprintf command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: sprintf
sqrt command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: sqrt
srand command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: srand
srchtxt command : Chapter 2, Reference: srchtxt
standard input
copying : Chapter 2, Reference: tr
standard input, copying : Chapter 2, Reference: tee
state, revision (RCS) : 18.3.6. Specifying States
status command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: status
status shell variable : 5.3.3. Predefined Shell Variables
step command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: step
stepi command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: stepi
stop command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: stop
stop command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: stop
stop command (ksh, sh) : Chapter 4, Reference: stop
stopi command (dbx) : Chapter 20, Reference: stopi
stream editors : Chapter 2, Reference: sed
strings
printing : Chapter 2, Reference: printf
processing, nroff/troff requests for : 12.5.10. Macro and String Processing
strings command : Chapter 2, Reference: strings
strip command : Chapter 2, Reference: strip
stty command : Chapter 2, Reference: stty
su command : Chapter 2, Reference: su
sub command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: sub
substitute command (ex) : Chapter 9, Reference: substitute
substr command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: substr
sum command : Chapter 2, Reference: sum
suspend command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: suspend
suspend command (ksh, sh) : Chapter 4, Reference: suspend
SVR4 (System V Release 4) : 1.1. Merging the Traditions
switch command (csh) : Chapter 5, Reference: switch
symbol cross-references
Chapter 2, Reference: cscope
Chapter 2, Reference: cxref
symbol tables, printing : Chapter 2, Reference: nm
system calls, tracing : Chapter 2, Reference: truss
system command (awk) : Chapter 11, Reference: system
system dictionary, adding to : Chapter 2, Reference: spell
system name, current
current system name : Chapter 2, Reference: uname
system usage information
Chapter 2, Reference: time
Chapter 2, Reference: timex
Chapter 2, Reference: w
logged-in users : Chapter 2, Reference: ruptime
printing : Chapter 2, Reference: uptime
System V Release 4 (SVR4) : 1.1. Merging the Traditions
system variables, awk : 11.4. Awk System Variables


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