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T
tab stops, setting 9.2 expand: Convert tabs to spaces
tabn 19.2.3 Output settings
tabs 19.2.5 Combination settings
tabs to spaces, converting 9.2 expand: Convert tabs to spaces
tac 3.2 tac: Concatenate and write files in reverse
tagged paragraphs 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
tail 5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
tandem 19.2.2 Input settings
target directory 2.8 Target directory
target directory 2.8 Target directory
target directory 2.8 Target directory
target directory 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
target directory 11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
target directory 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
target directory 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
target directory 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
target directory 11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
target directory 12.2 ln: Make links between files
target directory 12.2 ln: Make links between files
tebibyte, definition of 2.3 Block size
tee 17.1 tee: Redirect output to multiple files or processes
telephone directory order 7.1 sort: Sort text files
temporary directory 7.1 sort: Sort text files
temporary files and directories 18.4 mktemp: Create temporary file or directory
terabyte, definition of 2.3 Block size
TERM 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
terminal check 16.3.1 File type tests
terminal file name, printing 19.4 tty: Print file name of terminal on standard input
terminal lines, currently used 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
terminal settings 19.2 stty: Print or change terminal characteristics
terminal, using color iff 10.1.5 General output formatting
terse output 14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
test 16.3 test: Check file types and compare values
text 11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
text I/O 11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
text image, saving in swap space 27.1 Structure of File Mode Bits
text input files 6.4 md5sum: Print or check MD5 digests
text utilities GNU Coreutils
text, displaying 15.1 echo: Print a line of text
text, reformatting 4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
this in date strings 28.6 Relative items in date strings
time 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
time 19.2.7 Special settings
time conversion specifiers 21.1.1 Time conversion specifiers
time formats 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
time formats 21.1 date: Print or set system date and time
time limit 23.7 timeout: Run a command with a time limit
time of day item 28.3 Time of day items
time setting 21.1.5 Setting the time
time style 10.1.6 Formatting file timestamps
time style 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
time units 23.7 timeout: Run a command with a time limit
time units 25.1 sleep: Delay for a specified time
time zone correction 28.3 Time of day items
time zone item 28.1 General date syntax
time zone item 28.4 Time zone items
time, printing or setting 21.1 date: Print or set system date and time
TIME_STYLE 10.1.6 Formatting file timestamps
TIME_STYLE 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
timeout 23.7 timeout: Run a command with a time limit
timestamps of installed files, preserving 11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
timestamps, changing file 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
TMPDIR 7.1 sort: Sort text files
TMPDIR 7.1 sort: Sort text files
today in date strings 28.6 Relative items in date strings
tomorrow 21.1.6 Options for date
tomorrow in date strings 28.6 Relative items in date strings
topological sort 7.6 tsort: Topological sort
tostop 19.2.4 Local settings
total counts 6.1 wc: Print newline, word, and byte counts
touch 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
tr 9.1 tr: Translate, squeeze, and/or delete characters
trailing slashes 2.9 Trailing slashes
translating characters 9.1.2 Translating
true 16.2 true: Do nothing, successfully
truncate 14.5 truncate: Shrink or extend the size of a file
truncating output file, avoiding 11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
truncating, file sizes 14.5 truncate: Shrink or extend the size of a file
tsort 7.6 tsort: Topological sort
tty 19.4 tty: Print file name of terminal on standard input
Twenex 23.6.1 Why GNU su does not support the `wheel' group
two-way parity 19.2.1 Control settings
type size 3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
TZ 4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
TZ 10.1.6 Formatting file timestamps
TZ 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
TZ 14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
TZ 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
TZ 21.1 date: Print or set system date and time
TZ 21.1.6 Options for date
TZ 28.9 Specifying time zone rules

U
u, and disabling special characters 19.2.6 Special characters
ucase, converting to 11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
ufs file system type 14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
umask and modes 27.2.6 The Umask and Protection
uname 21.4 uname: Print system information
unblock 11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
unexpand 9.3 unexpand: Convert spaces to tabs
Unicode 15.2 printf: Format and print data
uniq 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
unique lines, outputting 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
uniquify files 7.3 uniq: Uniquify files
uniquifying output 7.1 sort: Sort text files
unlink 12.8 unlink: Remove files via the unlink syscall
unprintable characters, ignoring 7.1 sort: Sort text files
unsorted directory listing 10.1.3 Sorting the output
upper 9.1.1 Specifying sets of characters
uppercase, translating to lowercase 19.2.2 Input settings
uptime 21.7 uptime: Print system uptime and load
use time, changing 13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
use time, printing or sorting files by 10.1.3 Sorting the output
use time, printing or sorting files by 10.1.3 Sorting the output
use time, show the most recent 14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
USER 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
user ID, switching 23.6 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
user IDs, disambiguating 2.6 chown and chgrp: Disambiguating user names and IDs
user information, commands for 20. User information
user name, printing 20.2 logname: Print current login name
user names, disambiguating 2.6 chown and chgrp: Disambiguating user names and IDs
usernames, printing current 20.5 users: Print login names of users currently logged in
users 20.5 users: Print login names of users currently logged in
UTC 21.1.6 Options for date
utmp 20.2 logname: Print current login name
utmp 20.5 users: Print login names of users currently logged in
utmp 20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in

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