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NAME

       type - indicate how a name would be interpreted if used as a command
       name


   Synopsis
       type [OPTIONS] name [name ...]

   Description
       With no options, indicate how each name would be interpreted if used as
       a command name.


       o -h or --help print this message

       o -a or --all print all of possible definitions of the specified names

       o -f or --no-functions suppresses function and builtin lookup

       o -t or --type print a string which is one of alias, keyword, function,
         builtin, or file if name is an alias, shell reserved word, function,
         builtin, or disk file, respectively

       o -p or --path either return the name of the disk file that would be
         executed if name were specified as a command name, or nothing if
         'type -t name' would not return 'file'

       o -P or --force-path either return the name of the disk file that would
         be executed if name were specified as a command name, or nothing no
         file with the specified name could be found in the PATH


       type returns a zero exit status if the specified command was found,
       otherwise the exit status is one.

   Example
       type fg outputs the string 'fg is a shell builtin'.



Version 1.23.1                    8 Mar 2009                           type(1)

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