Thanks for your reply but what does this (man -k "" | grep "(1)") do?
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> On 15-Aug-2001 Scott Mebberson wrote:
> > Hi Guys,
> > I actually know what it means. Well, I think it means the current
> It executes the Unix command pwd.
> pwd - print working (current) directory.
> > Anyway... what exactly is it and where can I find some more information
> > about it? I couldn't find much on php.net
> man pwd
> > - also, is there any other
> > ones(whatever it is) like this?
> man -k "" | grep "(1)"
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