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nroff - Unix, Linux Command
nroff - emulate nroff command with groff
[ -h ]
[ -i ]
[ -m ]
[ -n ]
[ -o ]
[ -p ]
[ -r ]
[ -S ]
[ -t ]
[ -T ]
[ -U ]
[ -v ] [ file ... ]
nroff script emulates the
nroff command using groff.
ascii, ascii8, latin1, utf8, nippon, and
cp1047 are valid arguments for the
If an invalid or no
-T option is given,
nroff checks the current locale to select a default output device.
It first tries the
locale program, then the environment variables
LC_ALL, LC_CTYPE, and
LANG, and finally the
LESSCHARSET environment variable.
are equivalent to
-h (using tabs in the output) and
-c (using the old output scheme instead of SGR escape sequences).
-C, -i, -n, -m, -o, and
-r options have the effect described in
nroff silently ignores the options
-e, -q, and
-s (which are not implemented in
-S (safer), and
-U (unsafe) are passed to
groff. -v shows the version number.
A colon separated list of directories in which to search for the
groff executable before searching in PATH. If unset, /usr/bin is used.
This shell script is basically intended for use with
so warnings are suppressed.
nroff-style character definitions (in the file tty-char.tmac) are also
loaded to emulate unrepresentable glyphs.