man — Manual page display
This command displays the manual page for a specified command. The manual pages are generated directly from the ABLE reference documentation and formatted for 80 column output. The output is stored on an ABLE accessible filesystem and and displayed with the ABLE pager. The pager output can be aborted with q.
Example 36. Using the man command
This example shows the man command used to get the manual page of the file command.
FILE(1) File manipulation commands FILE(1) NAME file - Tests each argument in an attempt to classify it. SYNOPSIS file [-i, --mime] [--help] [--version] file... OPTIONS -i, --mime Causes the file command to output mime type strings rather than the more traditional human readable ones. --help display short helptext and exit --version display commands version and exit DESCRIPTION The file command examines a given file and tries to determine the files type. The underlying detection code is the same as that used by ABLE when determining how to load and execute files, this is useful if the user wishes to check ABLE is correctly determining a files type. Example 48. Using the file command to determine filetypes. --More--