Command Reference

The following tables list the utilities covered in this part of the book grouped by function and alphabetically within function. Although most of these are true utilities (programs that are separate from the shells), some are built into the shells (shell builtins). The sample utility on page 605 shows the format of the description of each utility in this part of the book.

Utilities That Display and Manipulate Files



Network Utilities

Utilities That Display and Alter Status

Utilities That Are Programming Tools

Miscellaneous ...

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