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- These programs format output into columns. The programs are from "The
Unix Programming Environment" by Kernighan and Pike.
- This is an awk program that formats a paragraph. It can be run inside
vi. It does some clever things with quoted sections.
- This is a superior replacement for 'cut'. I believe that it came from
- This is a simple enigma-class cypher. It is meant to stop routine
evesdropping of email.
- A filter that turns an ls directory listing into an HTML list.
It is a simple awk program.
- A filter that turns formatted nroff documents into HTML.
- An awk program that reverses the line order of a file. This is
a translation to perl of the similar program from "The Awk Programming
Language" by Aho, Weinberger, and Kernighan.
- A program that creates shell archives. Also known as GNU shar 4.0.
- A program that scans mail messages for shell archives and extracts
them. Also from GNU shar 4.0.
- A perl program
that is similar to the Korn shell command whence. It searches for
executable files in the directories specified by the PATH variable. I
can't seem to get whereis to work like I expect whence to work.