UNIX User's Supplementary Documents (USD) 4.4 Berkeley Software Distribution June, 1993 This volume contains documents which supplement the manual pages in The Unix User's Reference Manual for the 4.4BSD sys- tem as distributed by U.C. Berkeley. Getting Started Unix for Beginners - Second Edition USD:1 An introduction to the most basic uses of the system. + 01.begin(USD) Learn - Computer-Aided Instruction on UNIX (Second Edition) USD:2 Describes a computer-aided instruction program that walks new users through the basics of files, the editor, and document prepararation software. Basic Utilities An Introduction to the UNIX Shell USD:3 Steve Bourne's introduction to the capabilities of sh(1), a command interpreter especially popular for writing shell scripts. + 03.shell(USD) An Introduction to the C shell USD:4 This introduction to csh(1), a command interpreter popular for interactive work, describes many commonly used UNIX commands, April 27, 2013 USD Contents assumes little prior knowledge of UNIX, and has a glossary useful for beginners. DC - An Interactive Desk Calculator USD:5 A super HP calculator, if you do not need floating point. + 05.dc(USD) + dc(1) BC - An Arbitrary Precision Desk-Calculator Language USD:6 A front end for DC that provides infix notation, control flow, and built-in functions. + 06.bc(USD) + bc(1) Communicating with the World Mail Reference Manual USD:7 Complete details on one of the programs for sending and read- ing your mail(1). + 07.mail(USD) The Rand MH Message Handling System USD:8 This system for managing your computer mail uses lots of small programs, instead of one large one. Text Editing A Tutorial Introduction to the Unix Text Editor USD:9 An easy way to get started with the line editor, ed(1). + 09.edtut(USD) Advanced Editing on Unix USD:10 The next step. + 10.edadv(USD) + 11.edit(USD) Ex: A Tutorial USD:11 The document to learn to use the ex(1) editor. + 13.ex(USD) An Introduction to Display Editing with Vi USD:12 The document to learn to use the vi(1) screen editor. + 12.vi(USD) April 27, 2013 USD Contents Vi/Ex Reference Manual USD:13 The definitive reference for the nvi, nex editors. + 13.viref(USD) Jove Manual for UNIX Users USD:14 Jove is a small, self-documenting, customizable display edi- tor, based on EMACS. A plausible alternative to vi. + 14.jove(USD) SED - A Non-interactive Text Editor USD:15 Describes a one-pass variant of ed useful as a filter for pro- cessing large files. + 15.sed(USD) + sed(1) AWK - A Pattern Scanning and Processing Language (Second Edition) USD:16 A program for data selection and transformation. + 16.awk(USD) + awk(1) Document Preparation Typing Documents on UNIX: Using the -ms Macros with roff USD:17 Describes and gives examples of the basic use of the typeset- ting tools and ``-ms'', a frequently used package of format- ting requests that make it easier to lay out most documents. + 17.msmacros(USD) + ms(7) A Revised Version of -ms USD:18 A brief description of the Berkeley revisions made to the -ms formatting macros for nroff and troff. + 18.msdiffs(USD) Writing Papers with nroff using -me USD:19 Another popular macro package for nroff. + 19.memacros(USD) + me(7) -me Reference Manual USD:20 The final word on -me. + 20.meref(USD) NROFF/TROFF User's Manual USD:21 April 27, 2013 USD Contents Extremely detailed information about these document formatting programs. + 21.troff(USD) A TROFF Tutorial USD:22 An introduction to the most basic uses of nroff(1) for those who really want to know such things, or want to write their own macros. + 22.trofftut(USD) A System for Typesetting Mathematics USD:23 Describes eqn(1), an easy-to-learn language for high-quality mathematical typesetting. + 23.eqn(USD) Typesetting Mathematics - User's Guide (Second Edition) USD:24 More details about how to use eqn. + 24.eqnguide(USD) Tbl - A Program to Format Tables USD:25 A program for easily typesetting tabular material. + 25.tbl(USD) + tbl(1) Refer - A Bibliography System USD:26 An introduction to one set of tools used to maintain biblio- graphic databases. The major program, refer(1), is used to automatically retrieve and format the references based on document citations. + 26.refer(USD) Some Applications of Inverted Indexes on the UNIX System USD:27 Mike Lesk's paper describes the refer programs in a somewhat larger context. + 27.invert(USD) BIB - A Program for Formatting Bibliographies USD:28 This is an alternative to refer for expanding citations in documents. + 28.bib(USD) Writing Tools - The STYLE and DICTION Programs USD:29 These are programs which can help you understand and improve your writing style. + 29.diction(USD) April 27, 2013 USD Contents Amusements A Guide to the Dungeons of Doom USD:30 An introduction to the popular game of rogue, a fantasy game which is one of the biggest known users of VAX cycles. Star Trek USD:31 You are the Captain of the Starship Enterprise. Wipe out the Klingons and save the Federation. April 27, 2013
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