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O
obs11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
ocrnl19.2.3 Output settings
octal dump of files3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
octal numbers for file modes26.3 Numeric Modes
od3.4 od: Write files in octal or other formats
odd parity19.2.1 Control settings
oddp19.2.5 Combination settings
of11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
ofdel19.2.3 Output settings
ofill19.2.3 Output settings
oflag11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
olcuc19.2.3 Output settings
older-than file check16.3.3 File characteristic tests
once interactive option11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
one file system, restricting du to14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
one file system, restricting rm to11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
one-line output format14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
onlcr19.2.3 Output settings
onlret19.2.3 Output settings
onocr19.2.3 Output settings
operating on characters9. Operating on characters
operating on sorted files7. Operating on sorted files
operating system name21.3 uname: Print system information
opost19.2.3 Output settings
option delimiter2. Common options
options for date21.1.6 Options for date
or operator16.3.6 Connectives for test
or operator16.4.3 Relations for expr
ordinal numbers27.1 General date syntax
ospeed19.2.7 Special settings
other permissions26.2.1 Setting Permissions
output block size11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
output file name prefix5.3 split: Split a file into fixed-size pieces
output file name prefix5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
output file name suffix5.4 csplit: Split a file into context-determined pieces
output format14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
output format14.3 stat: Report file or file system status
output format, portable14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
output null-byte-terminated lines14.2 du: Estimate file space usage
output of entire files3. Output of entire files
output of parts of files5. Output of parts of files
output settings19.2.3 Output settings
output tabs4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
overwriting of input, allowed7.1 sort: Sort text files
overwriting of input, allowed7.2 shuf: Shuffling text
owned by effective group ID check16.3.2 Access permission tests
owned by effective user ID check16.3.2 Access permission tests
owner of file, permissions for26.2.1 Setting Permissions
owner, default26.1 Structure of File Mode Bits
ownership of installed files, setting11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes

P
p for FIFO file12.5 mknod: Make block or character special files
pad character19.2.3 Output settings
pad instead of timing for delaying19.2.3 Output settings
padding of numeric fields21.1.4 Padding and other flags
paragraphs, reformatting4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
parenb19.2.1 Control settings
parent directories and cp11.1 cp: Copy files and directories
parent directories, creating12.3 mkdir: Make directories
parent directories, creating missing11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
parent directories, removing12.7 rmdir: Remove empty directories
parentheses for grouping16.4 expr: Evaluate expressions
parity19.2.5 Combination settings
parity errors, marking19.2.2 Input settings
parity, ignoring19.2.2 Input settings
parmrk19.2.2 Input settings
parodd19.2.1 Control settings
parsing date strings21.1.6 Options for date
parts of files, output of5. Output of parts of files
pass819.2.5 Combination settings
passwd entry, and su shell22.5 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
paste8.2 paste: Merge lines of files
Paterson, R.1. Introduction
PATH22.2 env: Run a command in a modified environment
PATH22.5 su: Run a command with substitute user and group ID
pathchk18.3 pathchk: Check file name portability
pattern matching16.4.1 String expressions
PC file system14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
pcfs14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
pebibyte, definition of2.3 Block size
permission tests16.3.2 Access permission tests
permissions of installed files, setting11.3 install: Copy files and set attributes
permissions, changing access13.3 chmod: Change access permissions
permissions, copying existing26.2.2 Copying Existing Permissions
permissions, for changing file timestamps13.4 touch: Change file timestamps
permissions, output by ls10.1.2 What information is listed
petabyte, definition of2.3 Block size
phone directory order7.1 sort: Sort text files
pieces, splitting a file into5.3 split: Split a file into fixed-size pieces
Pinard, F.1. Introduction
Pinard, F.27.10 Authors of get_date
pipe fitting17.1 tee: Redirect output to multiple files or processes
Plass, Michael F.4.1 fmt: Reformat paragraph text
platform, hardware21.3 uname: Print system information
pm in date strings27.3 Time of day items
portable file names, checking for18.3 pathchk: Check file name portability
portable output format14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
POSIX1. Introduction
POSIX output format14.1 df: Report file system disk space usage
POSIXLY_CORRECT2. Common options
POSIXLY_CORRECT2.11 Standards conformance
POSIXLY_CORRECT4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
POSIXLY_CORRECT5.2 tail: Output the last part of files
POSIXLY_CORRECT7.1 sort: Sort text files
POSIXLY_CORRECT7.1 sort: Sort text files
POSIXLY_CORRECT11.2 dd: Convert and copy a file
POSIXLY_CORRECT15.1 echo: Print a line of text
POSIXLY_CORRECT15.2 printf: Format and print data
POSIXLY_CORRECT, and block size2.3 Block size
pr4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
prime factors25.1 factor: Print prime factors
print9.1.1 Specifying sets of characters
print machine hardware name21.2 arch: Print machine hardware name
print name of current directory19.1 pwd: Print working directory
print system information21.3 uname: Print system information
print terminal file name19.4 tty: Print file name of terminal on standard input
printenv19.3 printenv: Print all or some environment variables
printf15.2 printf: Format and print data
printing all or some environment variables19.3 printenv: Print all or some environment variables
printing color database10.4 dircolors: Color setup for ls
printing current user information20.6 who: Print who is currently logged in
printing current usernames20.5 users: Print login names of users currently logged in
printing groups a user is in20.4 groups: Print group names a user is in
printing real and effective user and group IDs20.1 id: Print user identity
printing text15.1 echo: Print a line of text
printing text, commands for15. Printing text
printing the current time21.1 date: Print or set system date and time
printing the effective user ID20.3 whoami: Print effective user ID
printing the host identifier21.5 hostid: Print numeric host identifier.
printing the hostname21.4 hostname: Print or set system name
printing user's login name20.2 logname: Print current login name
printing, preparing files for4.2 pr: Paginate or columnate files for printing
processes, commands for controlling23. Process control
prompting, and ln12.2 ln: Make links between files
prompting, and mv11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
prompting, and rm11.5 rm: Remove files or directories
prompts, forcing11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
prompts, omitting11.4 mv: Move (rename) files
prterase19.2.4 Local settings
ptx7.7 ptx: Produce permuted indexes
punct9.1.1 Specifying sets of characters
pure numbers in date strings27.7 Pure numbers in date strings
pwd19.1 pwd: Print working directory

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