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17.5 Alphabetical Summary of SCCS Commands

File arguments to SCCS commands can be either filenames or directory names. Naming a directory will cause all the files in that directory to be processed, with nonapplicable and nonreadable files ignored. If in place of a file argument a dash (-) is entered, the command will read from standard input for the names of files to be processed, one on each line.


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