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Read Unix man pages.
This command prompts for a line of text, then runs the Unix "man"
command, passing that text as its command line argument, and displays
the result in a buffer. (This command also works with the Cygwin
environment's "man" command under Windows.)
If you don't use any flags or section names, Epsilon will provide
completion on available topics. For example, type "?" to see all man
page topics available. Within man page output, you can double-click on
a reference to another man page, such as
echo(1), or press <Enter>
to follow it, or press m to be prompted for another man page topic.
See the man page for the man command itself for information on
available flags like -k. Also see the search-man-pages command.
Features in Epsilon 10 for Unix (Changes from Older Versions)
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