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! 16.3.6 Connectives for test
!= 16.3.4 String tests

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% 16.4.2 Numeric expressions
%b 15.2 printf: Format and print data

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& 16.4.3 Relations for expr

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* 16.4.2 Numeric expressions

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+ 16.4.1 String expressions
+ 16.4.2 Numeric expressions
+page_range 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing

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-- 2. Common options
- 23.2 env: Run a command in a modified environment
- 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
- and Unix rm 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
`-', removing files beginning with 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
-0 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-0 19.3 printenv: Print all or some environment variables
-0 23.2 env: Run a command in a modified environment
-1 7.4 comm: Compare two sorted files line by line
-1 8.3 join: Join lines on a common field
-1 10.1.5 General output formatting
-2 7.4 comm: Compare two sorted files line by line
-2 8.3 join: Join lines on a common field
-3 7.4 comm: Compare two sorted files line by line
-A 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
-a 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-A 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-a 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-a 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
-A 10.1.1 Which files are listed
-a 8.3 join: Join lines on a common field
-a 9.3 unexpand: Convert spaces to tabs
-a 10.1.1 Which files are listed
-a 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-a 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
-a 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
-a 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-a 16.3.6 Connectives for test
-a 17.1 tee: Redirect output to multiple files or processes
-a 19.2 stty: Print or change terminal characteristics
-a 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-a 21.4 uname: Print system information
--across 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--address-radix 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
--adjustment 23.3 nice: Run a command with modified niceness
--all 9.3 unexpand: Convert spaces to tabs
--all 10.1.1 Which files are listed
--all 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--all 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--all 19.2 stty: Print or change terminal characteristics
--all 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--all 21.3 nproc: Print the number of available processors
--all 21.4 uname: Print system information
--all-repeated 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
--almost-all 10.1.1 Which files are listed
--apparent-size 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--append 17.1 tee: Redirect output to multiple files or processes
--archive 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--attributes-only 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--author 10.1.2 What information is listed
-B 10.1.1 Which files are listed
-b 2.2 Backup options
-b 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
-B 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
-B 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-b 3.2 tac: Concatenate and write files in reverse
-b 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
-b 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-b 4.3 fold: Wrap input lines to fit in specified width
-b 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
-b 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
-b 6.4 md5sum: Print or check MD5 digests
-b 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-b 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
-b 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
-b 10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
-b 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-b 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-b 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
-b 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-b 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-b 16.3.1 File type tests
-b 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--backup 2.2 Backup options
--backup 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--backup 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--backup 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
--backup 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--batch-size 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--before 3.2 tac: Concatenate and write files in reverse
--binary 6.4 md5sum: Print or check MD5 digests
--block-size 2.3 Block size
--block-size 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--block-size 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--block-size=size 2.3 Block size
--body-numbering 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
--boot 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--bourne-shell 10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
--buffer-size 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--bytes 4.3 fold: Wrap input lines to fit in specified width
--bytes 5.1 head: Output the first part of files
--bytes 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
--bytes 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
--bytes 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
--bytes 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
--bytes 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-c 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-C 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
-c 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
-C 10.1.5 General output formatting
-C 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-c 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-c 5.1 head: Output the first part of files
-c 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
-c 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
-c 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-c 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-c 7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
-c 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
-c 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
-c 10.1.3 Sorting the output
-c 10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
-c 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-c 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
-c 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
-c 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
-c 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
-c 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-c 14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
-c 14.5 truncate: Shrink or extend the size of a file
-c 16.3.1 File type tests
-c 22.2 runcon: Run a command in specified SELinux context
-c 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
--c-shell 10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
--canonicalize 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
--canonicalize-existing 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
--canonicalize-missing 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
--changes 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
--changes 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
--changes 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
--characters 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
--chars 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
--check 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--check 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--check-chars 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
--classify 10.1.5 General output formatting
--color 10.1.5 General output formatting
-column 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--columns 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--command 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
--compare 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--complement 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
--compute 22.2 runcon: Run a command in specified SELinux context
--context 10.1.2 What information is listed
--context 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--context 12.3 mkdir: Make directories
--context 12.4 mkfifo: Make FIFOs (named pipes)
--context 12.5 mknod: Make block or character special files
--context 20.1 id: Print user identity
--count 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
--count 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--count-links 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--crown-margin 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
--csh 10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
-d 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
-D 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
-D 10.1.2 What information is listed
-d 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-D 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-d 3.5 base64: Transform data into printable data
-d 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-D 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-d 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
-d 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-d 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
-d 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
-d 8.2 paste: Merge lines of files
-d 10.1.1 Which files are listed
-d 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-d 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-d 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-d 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
-d 16.3.1 File type tests
-d 18.4 mktemp: Create temporary file or directory
-d 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-d 21.1.6 Options for date
-d depth 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--date 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
--date 21.1.6 Options for date
--dead 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--decode 3.5 base64: Transform data into printable data
--delimiter 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
--delimiters 8.2 paste: Merge lines of files
--dereference 10.1.1 Which files are listed
--dereference 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--dereference 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
--dereference 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
--dereference 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--dereference 14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
--dereference-args 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--dereference-command-line 10.1.1 Which files are listed
--dereference-command-line-symlink-to-dir 10.1.1 Which files are listed
--dictionary-order 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--digits 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
--directory 10.1.1 Which files are listed
--directory 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--directory 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--directory 18.4 mktemp: Create temporary file or directory
--dired 10.1.2 What information is listed
--double-space 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--dry-run 18.4 mktemp: Create temporary file or directory
-E 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
-e 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
-e 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-E 15.1 echo: Print a line of text
-e 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
-e 8.3 join: Join lines on a common field
-e 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
-e 15.1 echo: Print a line of text
-e 16.3.3 File characteristic tests
-e 23.5 stdbuf: Run a command with modified I/O stream buffering
--echo 7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
-ef 16.3.3 File characteristic tests
--elide-empty-files 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
--elide-empty-files 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
-eq 16.3.5 Numeric tests
--error 23.5 stdbuf: Run a command with modified I/O stream buffering
--escape 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
--exact 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
--exclude-from=file 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--exclude-type 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--exclude=pattern 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--expand-tabs 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-f 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
-F 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-f 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-F 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
-f 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-F 10.1.5 General output formatting
-f 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
-F 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-F 19.2 stty: Print or change terminal characteristics
-f 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
-f 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-f 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
-f 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
-f 10.1.3 Sorting the output
-f 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-f 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
-f 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
-f 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
-f 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-f 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
-f 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
-f 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
-f 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
-f 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
-f 14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
-f 16.3.1 File type tests
-f 21.1.6 Options for date
-f 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
-f format 26.2 seq: Print numeric sequences
--fast 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
--field-separator 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--fields 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
--file 19.2 stty: Print or change terminal characteristics
--file 21.1.6 Options for date
--file-system 14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
--file-type 10.1.5 General output formatting
--files0-from=file 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
--files0-from=file 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--files0-from=file 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--first-line-number 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--follow 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
--footer-numbering 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
--force 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--force 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
--force 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
--force 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
--force 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--form-feed 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--format 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
--format 10.1.2 What information is listed
--format 10.1.5 General output formatting
--format 10.1.5 General output formatting
--format 10.1.5 General output formatting
--format 10.1.5 General output formatting
--format=format 14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
--format=format 26.2 seq: Print numeric sequences
--from 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
--full-time 10.1.2 What information is listed
-G 10.1.2 What information is listed
-g 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-G 16.3.2 Access permission tests
-g 10.1.2 What information is listed
-G 20.1 id: Print user identity
-g 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-g 16.3.2 Access permission tests
-g 19.2 stty: Print or change terminal characteristics
-g 20.1 id: Print user identity
-ge 16.3.5 Numeric tests
--general-numeric-sort 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--group 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--group 20.1 id: Print user identity
--group-directories-first 10.1.1 Which files are listed
--groups 20.1 id: Print user identity
--groups 23.1 chroot: Run a command with a different root directory
-gt 16.3.5 Numeric tests
-h 2.3 Block size
-H 2.10 Traversing symlinks
-H 10.1.1 Which files are listed
-h 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
-h 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-H 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-H 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
-h 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-H 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
-h 10.1.2 What information is listed
-H 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
-h 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
-h 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
-H 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-H 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-h 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
-h 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
-H 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
-h 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-h 16.3.1 File type tests
-h 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
--hardware-platform 21.4 uname: Print system information
--head-count 7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
--header 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--header 8.3 join: Join lines on a common field
--header-numbering 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
--heading 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--help 2. Common options
--hide-control-chars 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
--hide=pattern 10.1.1 Which files are listed
--human-numeric-sort 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--human-readable 2.3 Block size
--human-readable 10.1.2 What information is listed
--human-readable 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--human-readable 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-i 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
-I 10.1.1 Which files are listed
-i 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-I 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
-i 3.5 base64: Transform data into printable data
-i 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-i 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-i 7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
-i 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
-i 8.3 join: Join lines on a common field
-i 9.2 expand: Convert tabs to spaces
-i 10.1.2 What information is listed
-i 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-i 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
-i 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
-i 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-i 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
-i 17.1 tee: Redirect output to multiple files or processes
-i 21.4 uname: Print system information
-i 23.2 env: Run a command in a modified environment
-i 23.5 stdbuf: Run a command with modified I/O stream buffering
--ignore 21.3 nproc: Print the number of available processors
--ignore-backups 10.1.1 Which files are listed
--ignore-case 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--ignore-case 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
--ignore-case 8.3 join: Join lines on a common field
--ignore-environment 23.2 env: Run a command in a modified environment
--ignore-fail-on-non-empty 12.7 rmdir: Remove empty directories
--ignore-garbage 3.5 base64: Transform data into printable data
--ignore-interrupts 17.1 tee: Redirect output to multiple files or processes
--ignore-leading-blanks 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--ignore-nonprinting 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--ignore=pattern 10.1.1 Which files are listed
--indent 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--indicator-style 10.1.5 General output formatting
--indicator-style 10.1.5 General output formatting
--indicator-style 10.1.5 General output formatting
--indicator-style 10.1.5 General output formatting
--initial 9.2 expand: Convert tabs to spaces
--inode 10.1.2 What information is listed
--inodes 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--input 23.5 stdbuf: Run a command with modified I/O stream buffering
--input-range 7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
--interactive 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--interactive 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
--interactive 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
--interactive 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--io-blocks 14.5 truncate: Shrink or extend the size of a file
--iterations=number 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
-j 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-J 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--join-blank-lines 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
--join-lines 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-k 2.3 Block size
-k 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
-k 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-k 10.1.5 General output formatting
-k 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
-k 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-k 16.3.2 Access permission tests
-k 23.7 timeout: Run a command with a time limit
--keep-files 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
--kernel-name 21.4 uname: Print system information
--kernel-release 21.4 uname: Print system information
--kernel-version 21.4 uname: Print system information
--key 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--kill-after 23.7 timeout: Run a command with a time limit
-L 2.10 Traversing symlinks
-l 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
-L 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
-l 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-L 10.1.1 Which files are listed
-l 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-L 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-l 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
-l 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
-L 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-L 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
-l 10.1.2 What information is listed
-L 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
-l 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-L 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-l 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
-L 14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
-l 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-L 16.3.1 File type tests
-l 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-L 19.1 pwd: Print working directory
-l 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
-l 22.2 runcon: Run a command in specified SELinux context
-L 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
-l 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
-le 16.3.5 Numeric tests
--length 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--line-bytes 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
--line-increment 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
--lines 5.1 head: Output the first part of files
--lines 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
--lines 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
--lines 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
--link 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--literal 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
--local 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--logical 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--logical 19.1 pwd: Print working directory
--login 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--login 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
--lookup 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-lt 16.3.5 Numeric tests
-M 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-m 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-m 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
-m 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-m 10.1.5 General output formatting
-m 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-m 12.3 mkdir: Make directories
-m 12.4 mkfifo: Make FIFOs (named pipes)
-m 12.5 mknod: Make block or character special files
-m 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
-m 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
-m 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-m 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-m 21.4 uname: Print system information
-m 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
--machine 21.4 uname: Print system information
--max-depth=depth 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--max-line-length 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
--max-unchanged-stats 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
--merge 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--merge 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--mesg 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--message 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--mode 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--mode 12.3 mkdir: Make directories
--mode 12.4 mkfifo: Make FIFOs (named pipes)
--mode 12.5 mknod: Make block or character special files
--month-sort 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-N 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-n 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
-n 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
-N 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-n 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-N 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
-n 5.1 head: Output the first part of files
-n 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
-n 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
-n 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
-n 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-n 7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
-n 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
-n 10.1.2 What information is listed
-n 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-n 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
-n 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-n 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
-n 15.1 echo: Print a line of text
-n 16.3.4 String tests
-n 20.1 id: Print user identity
-n 21.4 uname: Print system information
-n 23.3 nice: Run a command with modified niceness
-n number 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
--name 20.1 id: Print user identity
-ne 16.3.5 Numeric tests
--no-clobber 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--no-clobber 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
--no-create 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
--no-create 14.5 truncate: Shrink or extend the size of a file
--no-dereference 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--no-dereference 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--no-dereference 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
--no-dereference 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
--no-dereference 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
--no-dereference 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--no-dereference 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
--no-file-warnings 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--no-group 10.1.2 What information is listed
--no-newline 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
--no-preserve-root 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
--no-preserve-root 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
--no-preserve-root 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
--no-preserve-root 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
--no-renumber 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
--no-sync 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--no-target-directory 2.8 Target directory
--no-target-directory 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--no-target-directory 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--no-target-directory 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
--no-target-directory 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--nodename 21.4 uname: Print system information
-nt 16.3.3 File characteristic tests
--null 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--null 19.3 printenv: Print all or some environment variables
--null 23.2 env: Run a command in a modified environment
--number 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
--number 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
--number-format 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
--number-lines 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--number-nonblank 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
--number-separator 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
--number-width 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
--numeric-sort 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--numeric-suffixes 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
--numeric-uid-gid 10.1.2 What information is listed
-O 16.3.2 Access permission tests
-o 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-o 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-o 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-o 7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
-o 10.1.2 What information is listed
-o 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-o 14.5 truncate: Shrink or extend the size of a file
-o 16.3.6 Connectives for test
-o 21.4 uname: Print system information
-o 23.5 stdbuf: Run a command with modified I/O stream buffering
--omit-header 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--omit-pagination 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--one-file-system 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--one-file-system 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
--one-file-system 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--only-delimited 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
--operating-system 21.4 uname: Print system information
-ot 16.3.3 File characteristic tests
--output 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--output 7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
--output 23.5 stdbuf: Run a command with modified I/O stream buffering
--output-delimiter 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
--output-duplicates 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
--output-tabs 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--owner 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-P 2.10 Traversing symlinks
-p 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
-P 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-p 10.1.5 General output formatting
-P 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-p 10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
-P 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
-p 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-P 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
-p 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-p 12.3 mkdir: Make directories
-P 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
-P 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-p 12.7 rmdir: Remove empty directories
-P 18.3 pathchk: Check file name validity and portability
-p 16.3.1 File type tests
-p 18.3 pathchk: Check file name validity and portability
-P 19.1 pwd: Print working directory
-P 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
-p 18.4 mktemp: Create temporary file or directory
-p 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-p 21.4 uname: Print system information
-p 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
--page_width 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--pages=page_range 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--parallel 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--parents 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--parents 12.3 mkdir: Make directories
--parents 12.7 rmdir: Remove empty directories
--physical 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--physical 19.1 pwd: Print working directory
--pid 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
--portability 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--portability 18.3 pathchk: Check file name validity and portability
--prefix 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
--preserve 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--preserve-context 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--preserve-environment 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
--preserve-root 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
--preserve-root 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
--preserve-root 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
--preserve-root 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
--preserve-timestamps 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--print-database 10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
--print-type 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--printf=format 14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
--process 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--processor 21.4 uname: Print system information
-Q 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
-q 5.1 head: Output the first part of files
-q 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
-q 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
-q 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
-q 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
-q 18.4 mktemp: Create temporary file or directory
-q 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--quiet 5.1 head: Output the first part of files
--quiet 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
--quiet 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
--quiet 6.4 md5sum: Print or check MD5 digests
--quiet 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
--quiet 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
--quiet 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
--quiet 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
--quiet 18.4 mktemp: Create temporary file or directory
--quiet 19.4 tty: Print file name of terminal on standard input
--quote-name 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
--quoting-style 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
--quoting-style 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
--quoting-style 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
--quoting-style 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
-r 3.2 tac: Concatenate and write files in reverse
-R 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-R 10.1.1 Which files are listed
-r 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-r 6.2 sum: Print checksum and block counts
-R 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-r 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-R 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
-r 10.1.3 Sorting the output
-R 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
-R 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
-r 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-r 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
-R 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
-R 21.1.6 Options for date
-r 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
-R 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
-r 14.5 truncate: Shrink or extend the size of a file
-r 16.3.2 Access permission tests
-r 20.1 id: Print user identity
-r 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-r 21.1.6 Options for date
-r 21.4 uname: Print system information
-r 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
-r 22.2 runcon: Run a command in specified SELinux context
--random-sort 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--random-source 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--random-source 7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
--random-source 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
--range 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
--range 22.2 runcon: Run a command in specified SELinux context
--read-bytes 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
--real 20.1 id: Print user identity
--recursive 10.1.1 Which files are listed
--recursive 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--recursive 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
--recursive 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
--recursive 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
--recursive 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
--recursive 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
--reference 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
--reference 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
--reference 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
--reference 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
--reference 14.5 truncate: Shrink or extend the size of a file
--reference 21.1.6 Options for date
--reference 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
--reflink[=when] 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--regex 3.2 tac: Concatenate and write files in reverse
--remove 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
--remove-destination 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--repeated 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
--retry 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
--reverse 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--reverse 10.1.3 Sorting the output
--rfc-2822 21.1.6 Options for date
--rfc-3339=timespec 21.1.6 Options for date
--rfc-822 21.1.6 Options for date
--role 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
--role 22.2 runcon: Run a command in specified SELinux context
--runlevel 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-S 2.2 Backup options
-s 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
-s 3.2 tac: Concatenate and write files in reverse
-S 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-s 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
-S 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-S 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-s 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-S 10.1.3 Sorting the output
-s 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
-s 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-S 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-s 4.3 fold: Wrap input lines to fit in specified width
-S 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-S 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
-s 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
-S 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-s 6.2 sum: Print checksum and block counts
-s 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-S 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-S 16.3.1 File type tests
-s 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
-s 8.1 cut: Print selected parts of lines
-s 8.2 paste: Merge lines of files
-s 10.1.2 What information is listed
-s 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-s 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-s 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-s 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
-s 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-s 14.5 truncate: Shrink or extend the size of a file
-s 16.3.3 File characteristic tests
-s 19.4 tty: Print file name of terminal on standard input
-s 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-s 21.1.6 Options for date
-s 21.4 uname: Print system information
-s 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
-s 23.7 timeout: Run a command with a time limit
-s bytes 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
--save 19.2 stty: Print or change terminal characteristics
--section-delimiter 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
--sep-string 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--separate-dirs 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--separator 3.2 tac: Concatenate and write files in reverse
--separator 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--serial 8.2 paste: Merge lines of files
--set 21.1.6 Options for date
--sh 10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
--shell 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
--show-all 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
--show-control-chars 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--show-control-chars 10.1.7 Formatting the file names
--show-ends 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
--show-nonprinting 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
--show-nonprinting 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--show-tabs 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
--si 2.3 Block size
--si 10.1.2 What information is listed
--si 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--si 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--signal 23.7 timeout: Run a command with a time limit
--silent 5.1 head: Output the first part of files
--silent 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
--silent 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
--silent 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
--silent 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
--silent 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
--silent 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
--silent 19.4 tty: Print file name of terminal on standard input
--size 10.1.2 What information is listed
--size 14.5 truncate: Shrink or extend the size of a file
--size=bytes 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
--skip-bytes 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
--skip-chars 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
--skip-fields 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
--sleep-interval 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
--sort 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--sort 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--sort 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--sort 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--sort 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--sort 10.1.3 Sorting the output
--sort 10.1.3 Sorting the output
--sort 10.1.3 Sorting the output
--sort 10.1.3 Sorting the output
--sort 10.1.3 Sorting the output
--spaces 4.3 fold: Wrap input lines to fit in specified width
--sparse=when 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--split-only 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
--squeeze-blank 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
--stable 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--starting-line-number 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
--status 6.4 md5sum: Print or check MD5 digests
--strings 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
--strip 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--strip-program 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--strip-trailing-slashes 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--strip-trailing-slashes 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
`-su' 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
--suffix 2.2 Backup options
--suffix 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
--suffix 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--suffix 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--suffix 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
--suffix 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--suffix 18.4 mktemp: Create temporary file or directory
--suffix-length 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
--summarize 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--symbolic 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--symbolic-link 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--sync 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--sysv 6.2 sum: Print checksum and block counts
-T 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
-t 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
-T 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-t 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-t 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
-T 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-t 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-T 10.1.5 General output formatting
-t 6.4 md5sum: Print or check MD5 digests
-T 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-t 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-T 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-t 9.2 expand: Convert tabs to spaces
-T 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
-t 9.3 unexpand: Convert spaces to tabs
-T 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-t 10.1.3 Sorting the output
-T 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
-T 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-t 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-t 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-t 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
-t 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-t 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
-t 14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
-t 16.3.1 File type tests
-t 18.4 mktemp: Create temporary file or directory
-t 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-t 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
-t 22.2 runcon: Run a command in specified SELinux context
--tabs 9.2 expand: Convert tabs to spaces
--tabs 9.3 unexpand: Convert spaces to tabs
--tabsize 10.1.5 General output formatting
--tagged-paragraph 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
--target-directory 2.8 Target directory
--target-directory 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--target-directory 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--target-directory 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
--target-directory 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--temporary-directory 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--terse 14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
--text 6.4 md5sum: Print or check MD5 digests
--time 10.1.3 Sorting the output
--time 10.1.3 Sorting the output
--time 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
--time 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
--time 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--time 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--time 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--time 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--time-style 10.1.6 Formatting file timestamps
--time-style 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--tmpdir 18.4 mktemp: Create temporary file or directory
--total 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--total 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
--traditional 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
--type 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
--type 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
--type 22.2 runcon: Run a command in specified SELinux context
-u 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
-U 10.1.3 Sorting the output
-u 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
-u 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
-u 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-u 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
-u 10.1.3 Sorting the output
-u 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-u 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
-u 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
-u 16.3.2 Access permission tests
-u 18.4 mktemp: Create temporary file or directory
-u 20.1 id: Print user identity
-u 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-u 21.1.6 Options for date
-u 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
-u 22.2 runcon: Run a command in specified SELinux context
-u 23.2 env: Run a command in a modified environment
--unbuffered 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
--uniform-spacing 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
--unique 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--unique 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
--universal 21.1.6 Options for date
--unset 23.2 env: Run a command in a modified environment
--update 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--update 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
--user 20.1 id: Print user identity
--user 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
--user 22.2 runcon: Run a command in specified SELinux context
--userspec 23.1 chroot: Run a command with a different root directory
--utc 21.1.6 Options for date
-v 3.1 cat: Concatenate and write files
-V 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-v 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
-v 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-v 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-v 5.1 head: Output the first part of files
-v 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
-v 10.1.3 Sorting the output
-v 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-v 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-v 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
-v 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
-v 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
-v 12.2 ln: Make links between files
-v 12.3 mkdir: Make directories
-v 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
-v 12.7 rmdir: Remove empty directories
-v 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
-v 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
-v 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
-v 21.4 uname: Print system information
-v 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
--verbose 5.1 head: Output the first part of files
--verbose 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
--verbose 5.3 split: Split a file into pieces.
--verbose 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
--verbose 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
--verbose 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
--verbose 11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
--verbose 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
--verbose 12.2 ln: Make links between files
--verbose 12.3 mkdir: Make directories
--verbose 12.6 readlink: Print value of a symlink or canonical file name
--verbose 12.7 rmdir: Remove empty directories
--verbose 13.1 chown: Change file owner and group
--verbose 13.2 chgrp: Change group ownership
--verbose 13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
--verbose 22.1 chcon: Change SELinux context of file
--version 2. Common options
--version-sort 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-w 3.3 nl: Number lines and write files
-W 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-w 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-w 3.5 base64: Transform data into printable data
-w 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
-w 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
-w 4.3 fold: Wrap input lines to fit in specified width
-w 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
-w 6.4 md5sum: Print or check MD5 digests
-w 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
-w 10.1.5 General output formatting
-w 16.3.2 Access permission tests
-w 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
--warn 6.4 md5sum: Print or check MD5 digests
--width 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-width 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
--width 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
--width 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
--width 4.3 fold: Wrap input lines to fit in specified width
--width 10.1.5 General output formatting
--words 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
--wrap 3.5 base64: Transform data into printable data
--writable 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
-x 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
-X 10.1.3 Sorting the output
-x 10.1.5 General output formatting
-x 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
-x 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
-x 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
-x 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-x 16.3.2 Access permission tests
-X file 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
-z 5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
-Z 10.1.2 What information is listed
-Z 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
-z 7.1 sort: Sort text files
-z 7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
-Z 12.3 mkdir: Make directories
-z 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
-Z 12.4 mkfifo: Make FIFOs (named pipes)
-Z 12.5 mknod: Make block or character special files
-z 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
-Z 20.1 id: Print user identity
-z 16.3.4 String tests
--zero 11.6 shred: Remove files more securely
--zero-terminated 7.1 sort: Sort text files
--zero-terminated 7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
--zero-terminated 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files

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