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UNIX in a Nutshell: System V Edition

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Print the addressed line(s). Unless the -n command-line option is used, this command will cause duplicate lines to be output. Also, it is typically used before commands that change flow control ( d , N , b ) and that might prevent the current line from being output. See examples under h , n , and N .

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