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This is a filter program which means that you would normally pipe some commands output into it.
The main purpose of this command would be to reduce the output so as
to display just the end (by default) or start of the output.
If search strings are specified then the command will “tail” around
the line where the strings appear.
You can use “/?” as parameters to see some other options.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This is a filter program which means that you would normally pipe some
commands output into it. The main purpose of this command would be to
reduce the output so as to display just the end (by default) or start
of the output. If search strings are specified then the command will
“tail” around the line where the strings appear. You can use “/?” as
parameters to see some other options.
-a, –after[=N]:
Order matches by their appearance in the file, with
items earlier in the file appearing before
items later in the file. N is the number of
appearances of the pattern at the beginning
of the line. If N is omitted, then the default
is 10. If the pattern is not found, -a will
fail immediately.
-b, –before[=N]:
Order matches by their appearance in the file, with
items earlier in the file appearing before
items later in the file. N is the number of
appearances of the pattern at the beginning
of the line. If N is omitted, then the
default is 10. If the pattern is not found, -b
will fail immediately.
-c, –count[=N]:
Number of lines that must appear after the match.
If the pattern appears more than N times in
the file, then that many lines will be moved
to the beginning of the file, and the remaining
lines will be moved after the match.
-d, –delimiters=D:
An ASCII string containing permitted characters
for field delimiters. A leading delimiter
can be used to select a group of fields; a
middle delimiter can be used to change the
delimiter; and a trailing delimiter can be
used to select a single field. Any character
can be used to delimit a field, including a
newline, which is used to separate fields.
-e, –exact[=N]:
Input is taken from the start of the file,
rather than the end. N is the number of
words (delimited by blanks or tabs) that must
match exactly. If any string contains
exactly N blanks or N tabs, then the entire
string will be accepted. If no number is
specified, then the default is 1.
-E, –skip-empty:
The pattern is matched

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-n / -n num_lines: Specifies the number of lines to be
truncated by this application. The default is infinite.
-s / -s spec_str: Specifies the strings to be truncated around.
-e / -e end_char: Specifies the end character to be omitted.
-c / -c start_char: Specifies the start character to be truncated.
-m / -m multi_lines: Specifies how many lines around the
end and start position of the output to be displayed.
When –lines is not used, this option has no effect.
-r / -r (reverse): Choose whether to choose the whole text before
and after the given pattern to be truncated.
(reverse) search pattern
–ref-file (file): Use an external file to determine the
starting position of the search string. This will tell
the program to start looking at the line that corresponds to
that line number in the specified file.
(reverse) search pattern
–absolute-file (file): Use an external file to determine the
starting position of the search string. This will tell
the program to start looking at the line that corresponds to
that line number in the absolute file.
–absolute-line (line): Use an external file to determine the
starting position of the search string. This will tell
the program to start looking at the line that corresponds to
that line number in the absolute file.
If the file argument is – then the line number in the input file
from the previous line. If the line number has not been found yet,
then start counting from 1.
-p pattern: Specify a regular expression search pattern.
When you specify a file as the parameter to this command,
then the file is searched for the specified pattern.
If your file has line numbers, then the file can also be
specified as the pattern.
–number: Specify a number to truncate around, e.g. -10, -5,
or -1000000. The number should be preceded by one or
more whitespace characters.
When the start line number is specified, only the start of the file
will be truncated. If the end line number is specified, then the
end of the file will be truncated.
-i / -i (ignore): By default, any characters that are
included between

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+ –force
–force
Force output file to be refreshed.
(default: no)
+
DESCRIBEFILE
–describefile=FILE
Display the characteristics of FILE.
The output will look like the following:
– name — description — size
– FILES — —- – —-
– FILES — —- – —-
+ –cont
–cont=FORMAT
If the –format option is used and the + is provided the output will
instead look like:
+ + FORMATTED +
– name — description — size
+ + FORMATTED +
+ + FORMATTED +
– FILES
+ + FORMATTED +
+ + FORMATTED +
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If there is at least one search term or search term/occurance
then the second field will show the frequency of the search terms.
The ouput will look like:
– TBLDEF /SEARCH/ /table=table1.tbl /mode=none /include=INCLUDE/
– TSCHK /SEARCH/ /data=d1 /table=table2.tbl /mode=none /include=INCLUDE/

+ TBLDEF /SEARCH/ /table=table1.tbl /mode=none /include=INCLUDE/
+

The frequency is relative to the “tail” cursor position so if there is no
search term the frequency will be 1.
The following options apply to the third field:
TBLDEF /table=table1.tbl /mode=none /include=INCLUDE/
TSCHK /table=table2.tbl /mode=none /include=INCLUDE/

LIMIT /n1,n2,n3,n4
–limit=n1,n2,n3,n4
Display the lines of output up to the specified limits.
Values for n1 to n4 are treated as a single number
with the n1 value used to indicate the total number of lines to be
displayed, the n2 value used to indicate the number of lines to be
displayed from the beginning of the file, n3 used to indicate the
number of lines to be

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