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TAB characters
25.13. pushin: Squeeze Out Extra White Space
31.5. Keymaps for Pasting into a Window Running vi
41.2.3. What About TABs?
41.4. How UNIX Handles TAB Characters
41.4.1. TAB Is Just Another Character to UNIX
(see also whitespace)
converting into spaces : 41.4.1. TAB Is Just Another Character to UNIX
diff command and : 28.10. Problems with diff and Tabstops
disk space and : 24.6. Save Space with Tab Characters
expanding : 41.2.3. What About TABs?
removing : 43.19. Removing Leading Tabs and Other Trivia
stripping : 8.18. Here Documents
telling UNIX to expand : 41.4.2. Telling UNIX to Expand TABs
tab delays : 41.2.3. What About TABs?
TAB key, file completion and : 9.9. Don't Match Useless Files in Filename Completion
tables : 43.12.1. troff
tabstops
making files with non-standard : 41.4.1. TAB Is Just Another Character to UNIX
setting : 41.2.3. What About TABs?
tags files : 30.28. Keep Track of Functions and Included Files with ctags and tags
tags in time variable format string : 39.3. The csh time variable
tail command
13.9. Send Output Two or More Places with tee
25.14. How to Look at the End of a File: tail
-c option : 25.15. Finer Control on tail
-f option
25.16. How to Look at a File as It Grows
46.1.1. Use -xv
-n option : 25.15. Finer Control on tail
-r option : 25.15. Finer Control on tail
Talbott, Steve : 52.8.2.8. The make Program
talk utility : 1.33. UNIX Networking and Communications
tape drives
20.5. Using tar to a Remote Tape Drive
20.6. Writing a Tape Drive on a Remote Machine
tar archives
19.5. Using tar to Create and Unpack Archives
19.6. GNU tar Sampler
20.1. tar in a Nutshell
52.8.2.4. Unsharring the Sources
excluding/including files in : 20.8. Telling tar Which Files to Exclude or Include
filename extension : 1.17. Filename Extensions
unpacking : 11.3. My Favorite Is !$
tar command
20.1. tar in a Nutshell
20.11. Getting tar's Arguments in the Right Order
24.8. Save Space: tar and compress a Directory Tree
52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
-B option : 18.16. Copying Directory Trees with (tar | tar)
-C option
20.8.1. Including Other Directories
20.10. Avoid Absolute Paths with tar
copying directory trees : 18.16. Copying Directory Trees with (tar | tar)
-f option : 19.7. Extracting Files from a Compressed Archive
-F option : 20.8. Telling tar Which Files to Exclude or Include
-FF option : 20.8. Telling tar Which Files to Exclude or Include
-I option : 20.8. Telling tar Which Files to Exclude or Include
-o option : 19.7. Extracting Files from a Compressed Archive
retoring files from tape : 20.4. Restoring Files from Tape with tar
-t option
20.3.1. Syntax of the tar Command
20.4.1. Restoring a Few Files
-v option
18.16. Copying Directory Trees with (tar | tar)
19.8. Problems with Verbose tar
20.3.1. Syntax of the tar Command
without wildcards : 20.9. When a Program Doesn't Understand Wildcards
-x option : 20.3.1. Syntax of the tar Command
-X option : 20.8. Telling tar Which Files to Exclude or Include
.tar filename extension : 1.17. Filename Extensions
tar script (GNU) : 19.6. GNU tar Sampler
tar suffix : 52.8.2.3. Untarring the Sources
tbl, as alternative to awk : 48.12. Using index with a Filter
tc program : 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
tcap program
41.10. Using terminfo Capabilities in Shell Programs
52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
Tcl : 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
Tcl-based applications : 9.26. Expect
tcsh shell
1.8. There Are Many Shells
2.2.5. tcsh
8.3. Introduction to tcsh
52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
highlighting in : 7.8. Highlighting in Shell Prompts
history editing : 11.14. More Ways to Do Interactive History Editing
prompt setting
7.4. Faster Prompt Setting with Built-Ins
7.9. Show Subshell Level with $SHLVL
tee command : 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
-a option : 13.10. How to tee Several Commands Into One File
saving output to files : 46.1.1. Use -xv
tee program : 13.9. Send Output Two or More Places with tee
teletypes : 41.2.1. How We Made It This Far (Back?)
peculiarities of : 41.2.1. How We Made It This Far (Back?)
telnet utility
1.33. UNIX Networking and Communications
2.4. Tip for Changing Account Setup: Keep a Shell Ready
2.12. Automatic Setups for Different Terminals
correcting the remote host window size : 42.5. Checklist: Screen Size Messed Up?
stalled connection with : 42.2.4. Stalled Data Connection?
temporary files : 14.11. Finding (Anyone's) Home Directory, Quickly
cleanup command and : 3.4. Automatic File Cleanup
ending with ~ : 17.18. Using "Fast find"
for file searches : 9.24. Get File List by Editing Output of ls -l, grep, etc.
handling text with : 9.17. Handling Lots of Text with Temporary Files
managing : 45.11. The Multipurpose jot Command
redirecting output to : 46.1.1. Use -xv
/tmp directory
21.4. Why Both /tmp and /usr/tmp?
(see also /tmp directory)
unique filename generation for : 16.16. Picking a Unique Filename Automatically
TERM (terminate) signal
38.8. What Are Signals?
38.10. Destroying Processes with kill
TERM environment variable
2.12. Automatic Setups for Different Terminals
5.10. Finding What Terminal Names You Can Use
6.3. Predefined Environment Variables
6.4. The PATH Environment Variable
in C shell : 47.2.5. Variable Syntax
cases : 44.5. Test String Values with Bourne Shell case
examples : 44.5. Test String Values with Bourne Shell case
setting value of : 42.3. Why Changing TERM Sometimes Doesn't Work
termcap database
5.2. The Idea of a Terminal Database
5.7. What termcap and terminfo Do and Don't Control
6.3. Predefined Environment Variables
7.8. Highlighting in Shell Prompts
41.10. Using terminfo Capabilities in Shell Programs
42.1. Making Sense Out of the Terminal Mess
language of : 41.11. How termcap and terminfo Describe Terminals
types of lines in : 41.11. How termcap and terminfo Describe Terminals
TERMCAP environment variable
5.3. Setting the Terminal Type When You Log In
6.3. Predefined Environment Variables
setting
5.4. Setting the TERMCAP Variable with tset
42.3. Why Changing TERM Sometimes Doesn't Work
terminal drivers
priority of : 39.5. Why Is the System So Slow?
settings : 42.1. Making Sense Out of the Terminal Mess
terminal emulators
1.31. The X Window System
41.8. ptys and Window Systems
terminal modes in Berkeley UNIX : 41.2.1. How We Made It This Far (Back?)
terminal ports : 2.12. Automatic Setups for Different Terminals
terminal settings : 2.13. A .cshrc.$HOST File for Per Host Setup
saving in file : 42.4. Checklist for Resetting a Messed Up Terminal
terminal type : 2.2. Shell Setup Files-Which, Where, and Why
terminals
aliases for : 41.11. How termcap and terminfo Describe Terminals
automatic setups : 2.12. Automatic Setups for Different Terminals
characters sent out by special keys : 41.12. Finding Out What Characters Your Terminal's Special Keys Send
checking height and width : 42.6.2. Screen Width and Height: screensize
checklist for resetting : 42.4. Checklist for Resetting a Messed Up Terminal
clear command for : 22.18. Clear Your Terminal for Security, to Stop Burn-in
commands for adjusting : 41.9. Commands to Adjust Your Terminal
configuring
5.1. There's a Lot to Know About Terminals
5.6. Checklist: Terminal Hangs When I Log In
5.10. Finding What Terminal Names You Can Use
describing capabilities of : 41.11. How termcap and terminfo Describe Terminals
files with lines longer than : 42.5. Checklist: Screen Size Messed Up?
fixing hung : 42.2. Fixing a Hung Terminal or Job
fixing when hung : 5.6. Checklist: Terminal Hangs When I Log In
how to issue commands for : 41.11. How termcap and terminfo Describe Terminals
interpreting TAB characters : 41.4.1. TAB Is Just Another Character to UNIX
levels where problems can occur : 42.1. Making Sense Out of the Terminal Mess
naming : 5.10. Finding What Terminal Names You Can Use
reading long lines from : 41.7. Reading Verrrry Long Lines from the Terminal
screen editors
differences between terminals and : 5.2. The Idea of a Terminal Database
screen program
3.7. Detaching a Session with screen
12.9. Running Multiple Shell Sessions with screen
52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
screen size
changing the settings of : 42.5. Checklist: Screen Size Messed Up?
setting in configuration files or environment variables : 42.5. Checklist: Screen Size Messed Up?
testing files : 42.6. Screen Size Testing Files
sending repeated characters to : 42.7. termtest: Send Repeated Characters to Terminal
setup mode : 42.4. Checklist for Resetting a Messed Up Terminal
status line : 7.6. Session Information in Your Terminal's Status Line
testing for exactly 80 columns : 42.6.1. Single Line Screen Width: 80cols
testing long-line wrapping : 42.6.3. Set Width, Test Line Wrapping: longlines
writing to : 13.12. Writing to Multiple Terminals for Demonstrations
terminate signal : (see TERM signal)
terminfo database
5.2. The Idea of a Terminal Database
5.7. What termcap and terminfo Do and Don't Control
5.10. Finding What Terminal Names You Can Use
7.8. Highlighting in Shell Prompts
41.10. Using terminfo Capabilities in Shell Programs
42.1. Making Sense Out of the Terminal Mess
language of : 41.11. How termcap and terminfo Describe Terminals
types of lines in : 41.11. How termcap and terminfo Describe Terminals
terminology, interpreting : 51.8. Type Bang Splat. Don't Forget the Rabbit Ears
termtest script
42.7. termtest: Send Repeated Characters to Terminal
52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
test command
44.20. test: Testing Files and Strings
52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
-a option : 45.33. Testing Two Strings with One case Statement
advantages : 45.33. Testing Two Strings with One case Statement
case statements compared to : 45.33. Testing Two Strings with One case Statement
errors caused by
46.4. Stop Syntax Errors in Numeric Tests
46.5. Stop Syntax Errors in String Tests
examples : 44.20. test: Testing Files and Strings
if loops using : 44.20. test: Testing Files and Strings
in while loops : 44.17. Handling Arguments with while and shift
-o option : 45.33. Testing Two Strings with One case Statement
returns : 44.20. test: Testing Files and Strings
until loops using : 44.20. test: Testing Files and Strings
versions of : 44.20. test: Testing Files and Strings
while loops using : 44.20. test: Testing Files and Strings
test command (sed)
script.tidy using : 51.6. Cleaning script Files
testing
character strings using expr : 45.29. Testing Characters in a String with expr
exit status : 46.9. If Command Doesn't Return a Status, Test the Error Messages
testing_files directory : 42.6. Screen Size Testing Files
TeX program : 43.12.2. TeX
Texinfo files : 52.5.3.4. Installing a Single Program
text
counting elements of : 29.6. Counting Lines, Words, and Characters: wc
double-spacing : 25.12. Double Space, Triple Space ...
empty files and : 13.14. What Can You Do with an Empty File?
handling with temporary files : 9.17. Handling Lots of Text with Temporary Files
highlighting : 27.20. A Highlighting grep
text editors : (see editors)
text files
filename extension : 1.17. Filename Extensions
finding : 16.26. Finding Text Files with findtext
newline character in : 1.29. When Is a File Not a File?
text processing
awk for : (see awk)
centering lines : 35.8. Centering Lines in a File
formatting columns : 35.14. Cutting Columns or Fields with cut
indent text : 35.7. offset: Indent Text
joining lines : 35.19. Joining Lines with join
neatening text
35.2. Neatening Text with fmt
35.3. Alternatives to fmt
re-format comment lines : 35.4. recomment: Clean Up Program Comment Blocks
remove mail/news headers : 35.5. Remove Mail/News Headers with behead
rotating text : 35.23. Rotating Text
sed for : (see sed)
selecting columns : 35.14. Cutting Columns or Fields with cut
splitting files : 35.9. Splitting Files at Fixed Points: split
straightening jagged columns : 35.22. Straightening Jagged Columns
tgrep script
27.13. More grep-like Programs Written in Perl
52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
then statement (examples) : 44.8. Test Exit Status with the if Statement
throwaway scripts : 9.15. Throwaway Scripts for Complicated Commands
tilde (~)
ending filenames : 14.11. Finding (Anyone's) Home Directory, Quickly
time
access times : 16.5. The Three UNIX File Times
appending date to filenames : 21.14. Automatically Appending the Date to a Filename
file modification : (see timestamps)
formats accepted by calendar : 48.4.1. How calendar Works
on UNIX systems
39.1. Which Time Is It?
51.2. How UNIX Keeps Time
time command : 39.2. Timing Programs
in C shell : 47.2.2.1. Built-Ins
examples : 47.2.2.1. Built-Ins
time daemon : 51.2. How UNIX Keeps Time
time shell variable : 6.9. Special C Shell Variables
Time to go now.... message : 40.2. Waiting a Little While: sleep
time variable : 39.3. The csh time variable
format string tags : 39.3. The csh time variable
time-sharing processes
modifying the scheduling priority of : 39.9. Know When to Be "nice" to OTher Users...and When
timeout keyowrd : 9.26. Expect
timestamps
16.5. The Three UNIX File Times
17.8. Exact File Time Comparisons
backups and : 20.7. Creating a Timestamp File for Selective Backups
listing/finding files by
16.2. Finding Oldest or Newest Files with ls -t and ls -u
16.9. An Alias to List Recently Changed Files
16.18. Listing Files You've Created/Edited Today
16.25. Listing Files by Age and Size
16.27. newer: Print the Name of the Newest File
17.5. Searching for Old Files
storing : 2.15. Unclutter Logins: Show Login Messages Just Once
touch command : 21.7. Setting File Modification Time with touch
timex command : 39.2. Timing Programs
timezones, TZ variable for
6.3. Predefined Environment Variables
6.6. The TZ Environment Variable
timing programs : 39.2. Timing Programs
timing report, customizing : 39.3. The csh time variable
tip program : 9.26.1. Dialback
tm script : 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
/tmp directory
11.11.1. bash and ksh
21.2. A Better Place for Temporary Files: /tmp
21.4. Why Both /tmp and /usr/tmp?
tokens, find command and : 17.6. Be an Expert on find Search Operators
tolower command (awk) : 33.11.7. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
Torek, Chris
8.6.1. Portability
8.12. Which One Will the C Shell Use?
ToStatus script : 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
touch command
17.8. Exact File Time Comparisons
21.7. Setting File Modification Time with touch
52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
examples
46.9. If Command Doesn't Return a Status, Test the Error Messages
48.2. Online Phone and Address Lists
storing cutrrent timestamp : 2.15. Unclutter Logins: Show Login Messages Just Once
toupper command (awk) : 33.11.7. Alphabetical Summary of Commands
tpipe command
13.11. tpipe-Redirecting stdout to More than One Place
52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
tput command
41.1. Delving a Little Deeper
41.10. Using terminfo Capabilities in Shell Programs
42.1. Making Sense Out of the Terminal Mess
42.4. Checklist for Resetting a Messed Up Terminal
printing long terminal names : 5.10. Finding What Terminal Names You Can Use
tput init command : 42.4. Checklist for Resetting a Messed Up Terminal
tput reset command : 42.4. Checklist for Resetting a Messed Up Terminal
tputinit program : 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
tr command : 15.5. Matching All "Dot Files" with Wildcards
Berkeley vs. System V : 35.11. Hacking on Characters with tr
-c option : 29.10. Just the Words, Please
control characters used with : 45.35.2. With tr and echo
converting characters : 1.5. Anyone Can Program the Shell
rotating text : 30.22.2. Filtering Text with vi
squeeze option : 35.11. Hacking on Characters with tr
trap command
7.12. External Commands Send Signals to Set Variables
44.12. Trapping Exits Caused by Interrupts
45.8. Handling Signals to Child Processes
: (colon) used with : 45.8. Handling Signals to Child Processes
arguments to : 45.8. Handling Signals to Child Processes
in C shell : 47.2.3. Signals
examples : 47.2.3. Signals
handling signals in Bourne shell : 38.9. Killing Foreground Jobs
in nom script : 44.12. Trapping Exits Caused by Interrupts
signal names/numbers : 44.12. Trapping Exits Caused by Interrupts
trash directory : 23.8. Safe Delete: Pros and Cons
tree-structured filesystem : 1.19. The Tree Structure of the Filesystem
trees, directory
16.19. stree: Simple Directory Tree
16.22. Comparing Two Directory Trees with dircmp
16.23. Comparing Filenames in Two Directory Trees
archives/backups of : 20.1. tar in a Nutshell
changing permissions of : 22.7. Using chmod to Change File Permission
compressing
24.8. Save Space: tar and compress a Directory Tree
24.12. Compressing a Directory Tree: Fine-Tuning
copying : 18.15. Copying Directory Trees with cp -r
duplicating : 17.17. Duplicating a Directory Tree (No Pathnames with find {} Operator)
find command and : 17.2. Delving Through a Deep Directory Tree
grep command and : 17.20. grepping a Directory Tree (and a Gotcha)
searching : 17.24. Skipping Some Parts of a Tree in find (A More Selective -prune)
trimming directories : 24.15. Trimming a Directory
triplespace script : 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
troff formatting package
43.12.1. troff
43.13. The Text Formatters nroff, troff, ditroff, ...
errors caused by : 50.12. Common UNIX Error Messages
indexing feature : 1.4. Using Pipes to Create a New Tool
macros : 43.14. nroff/troff and Macro Packages
macros, debugging : 43.20. Displaying a troff Macro Definition
preprocessing : 43.21. Preprocessing troff Input with sed
Trojan horse attack : 19.2. Introduction to Shell Archives
troubleshooting
software problems : 52.8.1.2. Problems
stalled data connections : 42.2.4. Stalled Data Connection?
stray prompt problems : 7.3. C Shell Prompt Causes Problems in vi, rsh, etc.
true exit status : 44.7. Exit Status of UNIX Processes
true program : 52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
tscan examples : 44.21. Picking a Name for a New Command
.tcshrc file : 2.2.5. tcsh
tset command
2.12. Automatic Setups for Different Terminals
5.3. Setting the Terminal Type When You Log In
5.9. Setting Your Erase, Kill, and Interrupt Characters
41.1. Delving a Little Deeper
42.1. Making Sense Out of the Terminal Mess
42.4. Checklist for Resetting a Messed Up Terminal
initializing terminal : 5.11. Initializing the Terminal with tset
-m option : 5.3. Setting the Terminal Type When You Log In
-Q option
5.3. Setting the Terminal Type When You Log In
5.11. Initializing the Terminal with tset
setting TERMAP variable : 5.4. Setting the TERMCAP Variable with tset
TSTP (stop) signal : 38.8. What Are Signals?
tty command
3.8. What tty Am I On?
38.6. The Controlling Terminal
52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
tty number
displaying with usernames : 51.4. Who's On?
in ps listing : 38.6. The Controlling Terminal
tty serial port, for activity monitoring : 38.2. fork and exec
ttys
41.2.1. How We Made It This Far (Back?)
42.1. Making Sense Out of the Terminal Mess
ttys and ttytab files : 2.12. Automatic Setups for Different Terminals
twin program
28.5. Comparing Files Alongside One Another
52.4. Quick Descriptions of What's on the Disc
twm window manager : 42.6.3. Set Width, Test Line Wrapping: longlines
.txt filename extension : 1.17. Filename Extensions
type-ahead feature : 9.19. For the Impatient: Type-Ahead
type command
4.10. Find All Command Versions with whereiz
8.11. Which One Will bash Use?
typescript : 51.5. Copy What You Do with script
"typesetter busy" error message : 50.12. Common UNIX Error Messages
typesetting
21.14. Automatically Appending the Date to a Filename
(see also printing)
awf program : 43.17. Don't Have nroff? Try gnroff or awf
bold text : 43.18. How nroff Makes Bold and Underline; How to Remove It
col command : 43.18. How nroff Makes Bold and Underline; How to Remove It
colcrt command : 43.18. How nroff Makes Bold and Underline; How to Remove It
curly quotes : 43.21. Preprocessing troff Input with sed
ditroff program : 43.13. The Text Formatters nroff, troff, ditroff, ...
em-dashes : 43.21. Preprocessing troff Input with sed
equations
43.12. Typesetting Overview
43.12.2. TeX
escape sequences, removing : 43.19. Removing Leading Tabs and Other Trivia
gnroff program : 43.17. Don't Have nroff? Try gnroff or awf
groff program : 43.16. groff
line drawings : 43.12. Typesetting Overview
nroff program : 43.13. The Text Formatters nroff, troff, ditroff, ...
Scribe program : 43.12.3. Scribe
tables : 43.12. Typesetting Overview
TABs, removing : 43.19. Removing Leading Tabs and Other Trivia
TeX program : 43.12.2. TeX
troff : (see troff formatting package)
typographical characters : 43.21. Preprocessing troff Input with sed
ul command : 43.18. How nroff Makes Bold and Underline; How to Remove It
underlined text : 43.18. How nroff Makes Bold and Underline; How to Remove It
WYSIWYG programs : 43.12.3. Scribe
typographical characters : 43.21. Preprocessing troff Input with sed
TZ environment variable
6.3. Predefined Environment Variables
6.6. The TZ Environment Variable


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