Distinguish from the contents of a file which are the processes and print them
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Seriously, tell me the 3 CLI ways to get documentation on a command, & I will tell you which one to use to solve your problem.
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Welcome to LQ. Yes, I mean it. I know others have been pretty harsh on you for posting your homework, but in the process they have provided much amusement for the rest us: Find all threads started by jianelisj
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Proves the old adage: "No one is completely worthless -- you can always be used as a horrible example.
For the moment, you are the horrible example; however, in amongst negative commentary are the seeds of reform -- re-read & learn.
Surprisingly, one thing no one has suggested is Raymond & Moen's "How To Ask Questions the Smart Way" found here or here. (Both of the authors maintain public copies.)
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Last edited by archtoad6; 03-19-2008 at 10:26 AM.
Reason: unfinished, posted accidently