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The SCCS Utility
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17.3 Identification Keywords

The keywords below may be used in an SCCS file. A get command will expand these keywords to the value described.

%A%

Shorthand for providing what strings for program files; %A% = %Z%%Y% %M% %I%%Z%

%B% Branch number.
%C% Current line number, intended for identifying where error occurred.
%D% Current date (YY/MM/DD).
%E% Date newest applied delta was created (YY/MM/DD).
%F% SCCS file name.
%G% Date newest applied delta was created (MM/DD/YY).
%H% Current date (MM/DD/YY).
%I% sid of the retrieved text ( %R%.%L%.%B%.%S% ).
%L% Level number.
%M% Module name (filename without .s prefix).
%P% Fully qualified SCCS file name.
%Q% Value of string , as defined by admin -fq string .
%R% Release number.
%S% Sequence number.
%T% Current time (HH:MM:SS).
%U% Time newest applied delta was created (HH:MM:SS).
%W%

Another shorthand like %A% ; %W% = %Z%%M% tab %I%

%Y% Module type, as defined by admin -ft type .
%Z% String recognized by what ; that is, @(#) .


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