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PR(1) UNIX Programmer's Manual PR(1)
pr - print file
pr [ option ] ... [ file ] ...
_P_r produces a printed listing of one or more _f_i_l_e_s. The out- put is separated into pages headed by a date, the name of the file or a specified header, and the page number. If there are no file arguments, _p_r prints its standard input.
Options apply to all following files but may be reset between files:
-_n Produce _n-column output.
+_n Begin printing with page _n.
-h Take the next argument as a page header.
-w_n For purposes of multi-column output, take the width of the page to be _n characters instead of the default 72.
-l_n Take the length of the page to be _n lines instead of the default 66.
-t Do not print the 5-line header or the 5-line trailer normally supplied for each page.
-s_c Separate columns by the single character _c instead of by the appropriate amount of white space. A missing _c is taken to be a tab.
-m Print all _f_i_l_e_s simultaneously, each in one column,
Inter-terminal messages via _w_r_i_t_e(1) are forbidden during a _p_r.
/dev/tty? to suspend messages.
There are no diagnostics when _p_r is printing on a terminal.