Convert text to specified width by filling lines and removing newlines. Concatenate files on the command line, or read text from standard input if - (or no file) is specified. By default, preserve blank lines, spacing, and indentation. fmt attempts to break lines at the end of sentences and to avoid breaking lines after a sentence’s first word or before its last.
Crown margin mode. Do not change indentation of each paragraph’s first two lines. Use the second line’s indentation as the default for subsequent lines.
Format only lines beginning with prefix.
Tagged paragraph mode. Same as crown mode when the indentations of the first and second lines differ. If the indentation is the same, treat the first line as its own separate paragraph.
Reduce spacing to a maximum of one space between words and two between sentences.
Set output width to width. The default is 75.
Print help message and exit.
Print version information and exit.