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16.3 Internal Names

The Solaris man macros use a number of macro, string, and number register names that begin with ] , } , and ) . Such names should be avoided in your own files.

The number registers D , IN , LL , P , X , d , m , and x are used internally by the Solaris man macros. Using .nr D 1 before calling the .TH macro generates pages with different even and odd footers.[1 ]

[1] This information was gleaned by examining the actual macros. It is not documented, so Your Mileage May Vary.

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