NROFF(1)                   Commands and Applications                  NROFF(1)




NAME

       nroff - text processing typesetter


SYNOPSIS

       nroff [ options ] file [...]


DESCRIPTION

       nroff is a text processor and formatter based on the design provided in
       "Software Tools" by Kernighan and Plauger.  It  has  been  modified  to
       closely  resemble  the  Unix(tm)  nroff command.  The text and commands
       found in the file(s) are processed to generate  formatted  text.   Note
       that  one (and only one) of the files can be "-" which reads input from
       stdin at that point.  The output always goes to  stdout  which  can  be
       redirected  by the shell.  The -o option lets you redirect error output
       to the specified file rather than stderr.  Debugging information always
       goes  to  the  file  "nroff.dbg" and is generally used only for program
       development.


OPTIONS

       The following command line options are available:

       -d     Set debug mode.

       -h     Hold before exit (Atari TOS only).

       -m<name>
              Process  macro  file  tmac.<name>.  Thus -man  would  cause  the
              file  tmac.an  to  be loaded.  Note that files processed in this
              way should contain only macro definitions, no  immediate  output
              should be generated from this file (see ENVIRONMENT).

       -o<file>
              Set error log file (default is stderr).

       -raN   Preset  number  register  'a'  (single  character) to N (decimal
              integer only).

       -po<n> Shift output right n spaces (like .po).

       -pn<n> Initial page number (like .pn).

       -v     Prints the version information to stdout.

       +<n>   Causes output to start with page n.

       -<n>   Causes output to stop after page n.

       -      Input from stdin.



ENVIRONMENT

       nroff recognizes the following environment variables from the shell:

       TMACDIR
              An alternate directory to find the files tmac.* ("."  for  exam-
              ple).   The  default  is c:\lib\tmac under TOS and /usr/lib/tmac
              under Minix or Unix(tm).

       TMPDIR An alternate  directory  to  place  any  temporary  files.   The
              default is the current directory.  Note that nroff does not cur-
              rently use any temporary files.


COMMANDS

       Commands typically are distinguished by a period in column one  of  the
       input followed by a two character abbreviation for the command funtion.
       The abbreviation may then be followed by an optional numeric or charac-
       ter  argument.   The  numeric argument may be an absolute value such as
       setting the right margin to a particular column, or the argument may be
       preceded  by a plus sign or a minus sign to indicate that the parameter
       should be modified relative to a previous setting.  The following  com-
       mands  are  recognized  (those marked "extension" are requests added to
       the basic set provided by Unix(tm) nroff):

       .ad    Begin line adjustment.  If fill mode is not  on,  adjustment  is
              defered  until  it  is back on.  If a type indicator is present,
              the adjustment type is changed as follows:

                   Indicator      Type
                      l           adjust left margin only
                      r           adjust right margin only
                      c           center
                   b or n         adjust both margins (default)
                   absent         unchanged

       .af    Assign format to number register.  The available formats are:

                   Format    Numbering Sequence
                     1       0,1,2,3,4,...
                    001      000,001,002,...
                     i       0,i,ii,iii,iv,v,...
                     I       0,I,II,III,IV,V,...
                     a       0,a,b,...,z,aa,ab,...zz,aaa,...
                     A       0,A,B,...,Z,AA,AB,...ZZ,AAA,...

              The second format above indicates that  the  field  width,  i.e.
              number  of  digits,  is specified by the number of digits in the
              format type.

       .bd    Ignored by nroff.

       .bo    Causes the following lines of text to appear in  boldface.   The
              optional  argument  specifies the number of lines to be typed in
              boldface.  Boldface and underlining are mutually exclusive  fea-
              tures.   The  appearance  of  a  boldface command will cause any
              underlining to cease.

       .bp    Causes succeeding text to appear at the top of a new page.   The
              optional  argument  specifies  the page number for the new page.
              The initial value is one and the default value is one more  than
              the previous page number.

       .br    Causes  succeeding  text  to  start on a new line at the current
              left margin.  There is no numeric argument for this command.

       .bs    Enables or disables the appearance of backspaces in  the  output
              text.   Underlining  and  boldface  options  are  implemented by
              inserting character - backspace -  character  combinations  into
              the output buffer.  This is fine for devices which properly rec-
              ognize the backspace character.  Some printers, however, do  not
              recognize backspaces, so the option is provided to overprint one
              line buffer with another.  The first line buffer  is  terminated
              with  just  a  carriage return rather than the carriage return -
              linefeed combination.  A zero argument or  no  argument  to  the
              backspace  command  removes  backspaces from the output.  A non-
              zero argument leaves them in the  output.   The  default  is  to
              remove backspaces.

       .cc    Changes  the  nroff  command  character to that specified by the
              character argument.  If no argument is provided, the default  is
              a period (.).

       .ce    Causes  the  next line of text to appear centered on the output.
              The optional argument specifies if more than one line is  to  be
              centered.

       .cs    Ignored by nroff.

       .cu    Causes  the  next line(s) of text to be continuously underlined.
              Unlike the underline command (see  .ul)  which  underlines  only
              alphanumerics,  continuous  underlining underlines all printable
              characters.  The optional argument specifies the number of lines
              of  text to underlined.  Any normal underlining or boldface com-
              mands currently in effect will be terminated.

       .c2    Changes the nroff no break character to that  specified  by  the
              character  argument.  If no argument is provided, the default is
              a single quote.

       .de    Causes all text and commands following to be used  to  define  a
              macro.   The  definition  is  terminated by a .en command or the
              default .. terminator.  The first two characters of the argument
              following  the  .de  command become the name of the new command.
              It should be noted that upper and lower case arguments are  con-
              sidered  different.  Thus, the commands .PP and .pp could define
              two different macros.  Care should be exercised  since  existing
              commands may be redefined.

              A  macro may contain up to nine arguments.  In the macro defini-
              tion, the placement of arguments is designated by the two  char-
              acter  sequences,  $1,  $2,  ... $9.  When the macro is invoked,
              each argument of the macro command line is substituted  for  its
              corresponding  designator  in the expansion.  The first argument
              of the macro command is substituted for the $1 in the expansion,
              the  second  argument  for  the $2, and so forth.  Arguments are
              typically strings which do not contain blanks or  tabs.   If  an
              argument  is  to contain blanks, then it should be surrounded by
              either single or double quotes.

       .ds    Define a string.  To initiate the string with a blank or include
              blanks  in  the  string, start it with a single or double quite.
              The string can contain other defined strings or number registers
              as  well  as  normal text.  Strings are stored on the macro name
              space.

       .ec    Changes the nroff escape character  to  that  specified  by  the
              character  argument.  If no argument is provided, the default is
              a backslash.

       .ef    Specifies the text for the footer on even numbered  pages.   The
              format is the same as for the footer command (see .fo).

       .eh    Specifies  the  text for the header on even numbered pages.  The
              format is the same as for the footer command (see .fo).

       .en    Designates the end of a macro definition.

       .eo    Turn the escape mechanism off.

       .ex    Exit nroff at this point in the processing.  Ex forces all files
              closed and flushes the output.

       .fi    Causes  the  input text to be rearranged or filled to obtain the
              maximum word count possible between the previously set left  and
              right margins.  No argument is expected.

       .fl    Causes the output buffer to be flushed immediately.

       .fo    Specifies  text  to  be used for a footer.  The footer text con-
              tains three strings seperated by  a  delimiter  character.   The
              first non-blank character following the command is designated as
              the delimiter.  The first text string is left justified  to  the
              current indentation value (specified by .in).  The second string
              is centered between the current indentation value and  the  cur-
              rent right margin value (specified by .rm).  The third string is
              right justified to the current right margin value.  The  absence
              of  footer  text  will result in the footer being printed as one
              blank line.  The presence of the page number character  (set  by
              .pc) in the footer text results in the current page number being
              inserted at that position.  Multiple  occurrances  of  the  page
              number character are allowed.

       .ft    Changes  the  current  font.  The choices are R (Times Roman), I
              (Times Italic), B (Times Bold), S (math special), and P used  to
              request  the  previous font.  P resets the next previous font to
              be the one just changed, amounting to a swap.

       .he    Specifies text to be used for a header.  The format is the  same
              as for the footer (see .fo).

       .if    Execute a command if the condition is true.  Format is:

                   .if c command
                   .if !c command
                   .if N command
                   .if !N command
                   .if "str1"str2" command
                   .if !"str1"str2" command

              Here c is a single letter: n (true if nroff), t (true if troff),
              e (true if even page), or o (true if odd page).  N is a  numeri-
              cal experssion and can include operators +, -, *, /, % (mod), >,
              <, >=, <=, = (or ==), & (and), or :  (or).   If  the  result  is
              greater  than  0,  the condition evaluates true.  Numbers in the
              expression can be either constants or contents of number  regis-
              ters.   Strings  are  tested using delimeter / or " only at this
              time.  Note that "block" conditionals like:

                   .if c \{\
                   ...
                   ...
                   ... \}

              are not yet supported.  Also the .ie/.el conditional is not  yet
              supported.

       .in    Indents  the  left  margin  to the column value specified by the
              argument.  The default left margin is set to zero.

       .ju    Causes blanks to be inserted between words in a line  of  output
              in  order  to align or justify the right margin.  The default is
              to justify.

       .lg    Ignored by nroff.

       .ll    Sets the current line length.  The default is eighty.

       .ls    Sets the line spacing to the value specified  by  the  argument.
              The default is for single spacing.

       .lt    Set  length  of three-part titles.  Line length and title length
              are independent.  Indents do not apply to titles but  page  off-
              sets do.

       .m1    Specifies the number of lines in the header margin.  This is the
              space from the physical top of page to and including the  header
              text.   A  value of zero causes the header to not be printed.  A
              value of one causes the header to appear at the physical top  of
              page.   Larger  argument  values cause the appropriate number of
              blank lines to appear before the header is printed.

       .m2    Specifies the number of blank lines to be  printed  between  the
              header line and the first line of the processed text.

       .m3    Specifies  the  number  of blank lines to be printed between the
              last line of processed text and the footer line.

       .m4    Specifies the number of lines in the footer margin.   This  com-
              mand affects the footer the same way the .m1 command affects the
              header.

       .mc    Margin character. The first argument is the  character  to  use,
              the  second  is the distance to the right of the right margin to
              place the margin character. Useful for change  bars.   No  argu-
              ments  turns  the capability off. Note that with this nroff, the
              margin character is always a single character only and this dis-
              tance  is  prefered  to  be  in inches (e.g. 0.2i).  The default
              space is 0.2i (2 spaces).

       .na    Noadjust.  Ajdustment is turned off; the right margin is ragged.
              The adjustment type for .ad is not changed.  Output line filling
              still occurs if fill mode is on.

       .ne    Specifies a number of lines which should not be broken across  a
              page  boundary.   If  the number of lines remaining on a page is
              less than the value needed, then a new output page is started.

       .nf    Specifies that succeeding text should be printed  without  rear-
              rangement, or with no fill.  No argument is expected.

       .nj    Specifies that no attempt should be made to align or justify the
              right margin.  No argument is expected.

       .nr    Causes the value of a number register to be set or modified.   A
              total  of  twenty-six  number registers are available designated
              \na through \nz (either upper or lower case is  allowed).   When
              the  sequence  \nc is imbedded in the text, the current value of
              number register c replaces the sequence, thus,  such  things  as
              paragraph numbering can be accomplished with relative ease.

       .of    Specifies  the  text  for the footer on odd numbered pages.  The
              format is the same as the footer command (see .fo).

       .oh    Specifies the text for the header on odd  numbered  pages.   The
              format is the same as the footer command (see .fo).

       .pc    Specifies  the  page  number character to be used in headers and
              footers.  The occurrance of this  character  in  the  header  or
              footer  text  results  in the current page number being printed.
              The default for this character is the percent sign (%).

       .pl    Specifies the page length or the  number  of  lines  per  output
              page.  The default is sixty-six.

       .pm    Print  macros.  The names and sizes of the macros are printed to
              stdout.  This is useful when building a macro package to see how
              much of the total namespace is consumed by the package.

       .pn    Changes  the  page number of the current page and all subsequent
              pages to its argument.  If no argument is given, the command  is
              ignored.

       .po    Specifies  a  page offset value.  This allows the formatted text
              to be shifted to the right by the number  of  spaces  specified.
              This  feature  may  also  be  invoked by a switch on the command
              line.

       .ps    Ignored by nroff.

       .rr    Removes a number register.

       .so    Causes input to be retrieved from the file specified by the com-
              mand's  character string argument.  The contents of the new file
              are inserted into the output stream until an  EOF  is  detected.
              Processing  of the original file is then resumed.  Command nest-
              ing is allowed.

       .sp    Specifies a number of blank lines to be output  before  printing
              the next line of text.

       .ss    Ignored by nroff.

       .ti    Temporarily  alters  the  indentation or left margin value for a
              single succeeding input line.

       .tl    Specifies text to be used for a page title.  The format  is  the
              same as for the header (see .he).

       .ul    Causes  the  next  line(s) of text to be underlined.  Unlike the
              .cu command, this command causes only alphanumerics to be under-
              lined,  skipping  punctuation  and  white  space.  Underline and
              boldface are mutually exclusive.

       The following nroff commands, normally  available,  are  currently  not
       implemented  in  this  version: .fp, .mk, .rt, .vs, .sv, .os, .ns, .rs,
       .am, .as, .rm, .rn, .di, .da, .wh, .ch, .dt, .it, .em, .ta,  .tc,  .lc,
       .fc,  .lg,  .uf, .tr, .nh, .hy, .hc, .hw, .nm, .nn, .ie, .el, .ev, .rd,
       .ex, .nx, .pi, .tm, and .ig.


ESCAPE SEQUENCES

       Escape sequences are used to access special characters (such  as  Greek
       letters) which may be outside the normal printable ASCII character set.
       The are also used to toggle certain actions such as font selection.

       The escape sequences include:

       \\          backslash character
       \e          printable version of escape character
       \'          accute accent (equivalent to \\(aa)
       \'          grave accent (equivalent to \\(ga)
       \-          minus sign
       \.          period
       \<space>    a single, unpaddable space
       \0          digit-width space
       \|          1\6em space (zero space in nroff)
       \^          1\12em space (zero space in nroff)
       \&          non-printing zero-width character
       \"          beginning of comment
       \%          default hyphenation character
       \(xx        special character named xx
       \*x,\*(xx   interpolate string x or xx
       \fc         font change (c = R,I,B,S,P)
       \nx         interpolate number register x
       \t          horizontal tab

       The Atari ST (TOS) version of  nroff  includes  the  following  special
       characters. NOTE: THESE ARE NOT AVAILABLE UNDER Minix OR Unix(tm)!

       \(co        copyright
       \(rg        registered
       \(tm        trademark
       \(12        1/2
       \(14        1/4
       \(p2        exponent 2
       \(p3        exponent 3
       \(pn        exponent n
       \(aa        acute
       \(ga        grave
       \(de        degree
       \(dg        dagger
       \(ct        cent
       \(bu        bullet
       \(pp        paragraph
       \(^g        ring bell
       \(ua        up arrow
       \(da        dn arrow
       \(->        rt arrow
       \(<-        lf arrow
       \(di        divide
       \(sr        sq root
       \(==        ==
       \(>=        >=
       \(<=        <=
       \(+-        +-
       \(~=        ~=
       \(ap        approx
       \(no        not
       \(mo        memeber
       \(ca        intersect
       \(cu        union
       \(*a        alpha
       \(*b        beta
       \(*g        gamma
       \(*d        delta
       \(*s        sigma
       \(*p        pi
       \(*m        mu


PREDEFINED GENERAL NUMBER REGISTERS

       The following number registers are available for both reading and writ-
       ing.  They are accessed with the \n(xx and \nx escape and  can  be  set
       with .nr:

       %           current page number
       dw          current day of the week (1-7)
       dy          current day of the month (1-31)
       hh          current hours (0-23)
       ln          current line number
       mm          current minutes (0-59)
       mo          current month (1-12)
       ss          current seconds (0-59)
       yr          last 2 digits of current year

       The following number registers are available for reading only:

       .$          number of args available in current macro
       .A          always 1 in nroff
       .H          available horizontal resolution
       .T          always 0 in nroff
       .V          available vertical resolution
       .c          number of lines read from current file
       .f          current font (1-4)
       .i          current indent
       .l          current line length
       .o          current page offset
       .p          current page length
       .v          current vertical spacing



NOTES

       There  are  several missing features, notably diversions, traps, condi-
       tionals, all the hard stuff.  This means you can't  use  some  existing
       macro  packages  (yet, I hope).  There is no complete -ms and -me pack-
       ages as a result.  The goal is to make this nroff  work  with  all  the
       SunOS macro packages sometime before Unix becomes obsolete!

       If  you make additions to this code, please mail the changes to me so I
       can make formal distributions.


BUGS

       Undoubtedly more than I know about.  Here are a few:

       [GNO] This program uses recursion, which is Not a  Good  Thing  on  the
       IIgs.  The current implementation has been compiled to use 6k of stack,
       which is entirely too much for a well behaved  program  of  this  size.
       Stack  checking has been left activated, so if you run out of stack the
       worst you should get is an error message.

       [GNO] The tmac.s macro package has not been reviewed  recently  and  is
       not believed to be generally usable.

       [GNO] The nroff(1), man(1), and ms(1) man pages don?t completely follow
       the GNO style guidelines.

       The ability to perform  numerical  calculations  on  registers  is  not
       implemented.

       All dimensional units are in em's or inches only.

       Lines with multiple string instances (i.e. \*(xx) don't seem to work.

       Lines with font changes (e.g. for italics) use vt52 escape sequences to
       go to highlight mode.  This  should  read  termcap/terminfo  to  do  it
       right.

       Some interpolations don't work properly.

       The code uses statically allocated arrays for macros, strings, and reg-
       isters.  This should be changed to  dynamically  allocated  buffers  or
       write to intermediate files on small memory systems (i.e. Minix).


FILES

       /lib/tmac/tmac.*   predefined macros (see ENVIRONMENT)
       nroff.dbg          debugging output
       stderr             default error output stream
       stdout             output stream



AUTHOR

       Various bug fixes for GNO by Devin Reade <gdr@gno.org>,
       March 1997.

       Adapted for Atari ST (TOS) and Minix by Bill Rosenkranz 11/89

       net:    rosenkra@convex.com
       CIS:    71460,17
       GENIE:  W.ROSENKRANZ

       Original author:

       Stephen L. Browning
       5723 North Parker Avenue
       Indianapolis, Indiana 46220



HISTORY

       Originally written in BDS C (by Stephen L. Browning?)
       Adapted for standard C by W. N. Paul
       Heavily  hacked  up  to conform to the "real" nroff with numerous addi-
       tions by Bill Rosenkranz 11/89
       Bug fixes (termcap) and Minix 1.5.5 compatibility by Wim  'Blue  Baron'
       van Dorst (wsincc@tuerc3.urc.tue.nl)
       Modified for GNO v2.0.6 by Devin Reade.


VERSION

       This manual page documents nroff version 1.2.1.


RECOMMENDATIONS

       I  envisioned  this  rather  limited version as a way of formatting man
       pages for my Atari ST system.  It works just fine for  that.   The  man
       macro  package  is  certainly  adequate  for that purpose.  However, it
       would be nice to have more.  I suggest you  limit  yourself  to  things
       which  would  port  easily  to  other environments.  All the man macros
       available here should port without effort to a more  complete  Unix(tm)
       environment.

       nroff  as it stands can certainly be useful.  I recommend you don't use
       the commands marked "extension".  Study the source for  the  man  pages
       nroff(1),  ms(7), and man(7) as well as the macro packages (tmac.an and
       tmac.s) and the examples to find out the quirks.  Some things  may  not
       quite work like they do under Unix(tm), but it is fairly close for what
       is here.


REFERENCES

       This document briefly describes the workings of nroff.  It is certainly
       not  the  definitive work on text processing.  I suggest you go out and
       get a good book (there are several on  the  market)  or  refer  to  the
       Unix(tm)  manuals  for more help.  nroff is just like a compiler and is
       much more complicated than (say) the C language which only has a  hand-
       ful of rules and is much more thoroughly documented.


REQUEST SUMMARY

       The following table summarizes the nroff requests currently available:

       Request Form    Initial  Default  Notes   Explanation
       --------------  -------  -------  ------- ----------------------
       Font and Character Size Control

       .ps +-N         10pt     prev     E       point size (ignored)
       .ss N           12/36em  ignored  E       space size (ignored)
       .cs F N M       off      -        P       constant space mode (ign)
       .bd F N         off      -        P       embolden font F (ignored)
       .bd S F N       off      -        P       embolden special font
       .ft F           Roman    prev     E       change to font F

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 1000) .      pl +(8u - 1000u + 1v)
       Page Control

       .pl +-N         11in     11in     v       page length
       .bp +-N         N=1      -        B,v     eject page
       .pn +-N         N=1      ignored  -       next page number N
       .po +-N         0        prev     v       page offset
       .ne N           -        N=1V     D,v     need N vertical space

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 560) .      pl +(8u - 560u + 1v)
       Text Filling, Adjusting, and Centering

       .br             -        -        B       break
       .fi             fill     -        B,E     fill mode
       .nf             fill     -        B,E     no fill or adjust
       .ad c           adj,both adjust   E       adjust output, mode c
       .na             adjust   -        E       no adjust
       .ce N           off      N=1      B,E     center N lines

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 80) .      pl +(8u - 80u + 1v)
       Vertical Spacing

       .ls N           N=1      prev     E       output N-1 Vs
       .sp N           -        N=1V     B,v     space vertical

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 2560) .      pl +(8u - 2560u + 1v)
       Line Length and Indenting

       .ll +-N         6.5i     prev     E,m     line length
       .in +-N         N=0      prev     B,E,m   indent
       .ti +-N         -        ignored  B,E,m   temporary indent

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 2200) .      pl +(8u - 2200u + 1v)
       Macros, Strings, Diversions, and Position Traps

       .de xx yy       -        .yy=..   -       define macro xx
       .ds xx str      -        ignored  -       define string xx

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 1880) .      pl +(8u - 1880u + 1v)
       Number Registers

       .nr R +-N M              -        u       define and set num reg
       .af R c         arabic   -        -       assign format to reg
       .rr R           -        -        -       remove register

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 1520) .      pl +(8u - 1520u + 1v)
       I/O Conventions and Character Translation

       .ec c                           -       set escape char
       .eo             on       -        -       turn off escape mech
       .lg N           -        -        -       ligature mode (ignored)
       .ul N           off      N=1      E       underline N lines
       .cu N           off      N=1      E       cont. underline
       .cc c           .        .        E       set control char
       .c2 c           '        '        E       set nobreak control char

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 1000) .      pl +(8u - 1000u + 1v)
       Three-part Titles

       .tl 'l'c'r'              -        -       three-part title
       .pc c           %        off      -       page number char
       .lt +-N         6.5in    prev     E,m     length of title

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 640) .      pl +(8u - 640u + 1v)
       Conditional Acceptence of Input

       .if c cmd                -        -       if c true, accept cmd
       .if !c cmd               -        -       if c false, accept cmd
       .if N cmd                -        -       if N > 0, accept cmd
       .if !N cmd               -        -       if N <= 0, accept cmd
       .if "s1"s2" cmd          -        -       if strings same, accept cmd
       .if !"s1"s2" cmd         -        -       if strings differ, accept cmd

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 160) .      pl +(8u - 160u + 1v)
       Input/Output File Switching

       .so filename             -        -       switch source file

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 2680) .      pl +(8u - 2680u + 1v)
       Miscellaneous

       .mc c N         -        off      E,m     margin char c, seperation N
       .pm t           -        all      -       print macro names
       .fl             -        -        B       flush output buffer

       .ie 1 .      nr an-ne 4
       .el .      nr an-ne 1v
       .if (8 >= 2320) .      pl +(8u - 2320u + 1v)
       Notes

       B       causes a break
       D       mode or parameters associated with current diversion level
       E       relevant parameters are a part of the current environment
       O       must stay in effect until logical output
       P       mode must be still or again in effect at time of physical output
       v,p,m,u default scale indicators



GNO                             19 October 1997                       NROFF(1)

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