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11/3/71 NM (I) NAME nm -- get name list SYNOPSIS nm [ name ] DESCRIPTION nm prints the symbol table from the output file of an assembler or loader run. Only relocatable, global, and undefined symbols-- not absolute-- are given. Each defined symbol is preceded by its value; each undefined symbol by blanks. Global symbols have their first character underlined. The output is sorted alphabetically. If no file is given, the symbols in a.out are listed. FILES a.out SEE ALSO as, ld DIAGNOSTICS` "?" BUGS OWNER dmr, ken
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11/3/71 OD (I) NAME od -- octal dump SYNOPSIS od name [ origin ] DESCRIPTION od dumps a file in octal, eight words per line with the origin of the line on the left. If an octal origin is given it is truncated to 0 mod 16 and dumping starts from there, otherwise from 0. Printing continues until halted by sending an interrupt signal. FILES SEE ALSO db DIAGNOSTICS BUGS Dumping does not cease at the end of the file; instead the file appears to be padded with garbage to a length of 511 mod 512 bytes. OWNER ken, dxnr
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11/3/71 PR (I) NAME pr -- print file SYNOPSIS pr [ —1cm ] name1 ... DESCRIPTION produces a printed listing of one or more files. The output is separated into pages headed by the name of the file, a date, and the page number. The optional flag —l causes each page to contain 78 lines instead of the standard 66 to accommodate legal size paper. The optional flags —c (current date) and —m (modified date) specify which date will head all subsequent files. —m is default. FILES /dev/ttyn to suspend messages. SEE ALSO cat, cp, mesg DIAGNOSTICS -- (files not found are ignored) BUGS none OWNER ken, dmr
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11/3/71 REW (I) NAME rew -- rewind tape SYNOPSIS rew [ digit ] DESCRIPTION rew rewinds DECtape drives. The digit is the logical tape number, and should range from 0 to 7. A missing digit indicates drive 0. FILES /dev/tap0, ..., /dev/tap7 SEE ALSO DIAGNOSTICS "?" if there is no tape mounted on the indicated drive or if the file cannot be opened. BUGS OWNER ken, dmr
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11/3/71 RKD (I) NAME rkd -- dump RK disk to tape SYNOPSIS /etc/rkd DESCRIPTION rkd copies an RK03/RK05 disk pack onto nine DECtapes. Physical I/O is done and interrupts are disabled, so time— sharing is suspended during operation of the command. The sequence of tape drives is: 0, 1, 0, 1, .... rkd exits if 0 appears in the console switches. FILES -- SEE ALSO rkl DIAGNOSTICS none; errors are retried forever BUGS OWNER ken
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11/3/71 RKF (I) NAME rkf -- format RKO3 disk pack SYNOPSIS rkf DESCRIPTION rkf formats a virgin disk pack. Because it destroys all information on that pack, and because it is not interlocked against file system activity on the pack, the rkf program is not maintained in executable form. Instead the source must be located and assembled. FILES none (uses physical I/O on drive 0). SEE ALSO DIAGNOSTICS “error” is printed and a core image is produced if a write error occurs. A copy of the RK status register is in register 5.
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