The OpenNET Project / Index page

[ новости /+++ | форум | wiki | теги | ]

Интерактивная система просмотра системных руководств (man-ов)

 ТемаНаборКатегория 
 
 [Cписок руководств | Печать]

jot (1)
  • >> jot (1) ( FreeBSD man: Команды и прикладные программы пользовательского уровня )

  • BSD mandoc
     

    NAME

    
    
    jot
    
     - print sequential or random data
    
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

    [-cnr ] [-b word ] [-w word ] [-s string ] [-p precision ] [reps [begin [end [s ] ] ] ]  

    DESCRIPTION

    The utility is used to print out increasing, decreasing, random, or redundant data, usually numbers, one per line.

    The following options are available:

    -r
    Generate random data instead of the default sequential data.
    -b word
    Just print word repetitively.
    -w word
    Print word with the generated data appended to it. Octal, hexadecimal, exponential, ASCII zero padded, and right-adjusted representations are possible by using the appropriate printf(3) conversion specification inside word in which case the data are inserted rather than appended.
    -c
    This is an abbreviation for -w %c
    -s string
    Print data separated by string Normally, newlines separate data.
    -n
    Do not print the final newline normally appended to the output.
    -p precision
    Print only as many digits or characters of the data as indicated by the integer precision In the absence of -p the precision is the greater of the precisions of begin and end The -p option is overridden by whatever appears in a printf(3) conversion following -w

    The last four arguments indicate, respectively, the number of data, the lower bound, the upper bound, and the step size or, for random data, the seed. While at least one of them must appear, any of the other three may be omitted, and will be considered as such if given as - or as an empty string. Any three of these arguments determines the fourth. If four are specified and the given and computed values of reps conflict, the lower value is used. If fewer than three are specified, defaults are assigned left to right, except for s which assumes a default of 1 or -1 if both begin and end are given.

    Defaults for the four arguments are, respectively, 100, 1, 100, and 1, except that when random data are requested, the seed, s is picked randomly. The reps argument is expected to be an unsigned integer, and if given as zero is taken to be infinite. The begin and end arguments may be given as real numbers or as characters representing the corresponding value in ASCII The last argument must be a real number.

    Random numbers are obtained through arc4random(3) when no seed is specified, and through random(3) when a seed is given. When is asked to generate random integers or characters with begin and end values in the range of the random number generator function and no format is specified with one of the -w -b or -p options, will arrange for all the values in the range to appear in the output with an equal probability. In all other cases be careful to ensure that the output format's rounding or truncation will not skew the distribution of output values in an unintended way.

    The name derives in part from iota a function in APL.  

    EXIT STATUS

    Ex -std  

    EXAMPLES

    The command
    jot - 1 10

    prints the integers from 1 to 10, while the command

    jot 21 -1 1.00

    prints 21 evenly spaced numbers increasing from -1 to 1. The ASCII character set is generated with

    jot -c 128 0

    and the strings xaa through xaz with

    jot -w xa%c 26 a

    while 20 random 8-letter strings are produced with

    "jot -r -c 160 a z | rs -g 0 8"

    Infinitely many yes 's may be obtained through

    jot -b yes 0

    and thirty ed(1) substitution commands applying to lines 2, 7, 12, etc. is the result of

    jot -w %ds/old/new/ 30 2 - 5

    The stuttering sequence 9, 9, 8, 8, 7, etc. can be produced by suitable choice of step size, as in

    jot - 9 0 -.5

    and a file containing exactly 1024 bytes is created with

    jot -b x 512 > block

    Finally, to set tabs four spaces apart starting from column 10 and ending in column 132, use

    expand -`jot -s, - 10 132 4`

    and to print all lines 80 characters or longer,

    grep `jot -s "" -b . 80`
     

    DIAGNOSTICS

    The following diagnostic messages deserve special explanation:

    "illegal or unsupported format '%s'"
    The requested conversion format specifier for printf(3) was not of the form
    %[#][ ][{+,-}][0-9]*[.[0-9]*]?
    where ``?'' must be one of
    [l]{d,i,o,u,x}
    or
    {c,e,f,g,D,E,G,O,U,X}
    "range error in conversion"
    A value to be printed fell outside the range of the data type associated with the requested output format.
    "too many conversions"
    More than one conversion format specifier has been supplied, but only one is allowed.

     

    SEE ALSO

    ed(1), expand(1), rs(1), yes(1), arc4random(3), printf(3), random(3)  

    HISTORY

    The utility first appeared in BSD 4.2


     

    Index

    NAME
    SYNOPSIS
    DESCRIPTION
    EXIT STATUS
    EXAMPLES
    DIAGNOSTICS
    SEE ALSO
    HISTORY


    Поиск по тексту MAN-ов: 




    Спонсоры:
    PostgresPro
    Inferno Solutions
    Hosting by Hoster.ru
    Хостинг:

    Закладки на сайте
    Проследить за страницей
    Created 1996-2022 by Maxim Chirkov
    Добавить, Поддержать, Вебмастеру