GNU text processing overview, part 2: Formatting & printing utilitiesNov 01, 2013, 14:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Russell James)
Given its heritage in Unix, it's no surprise that GNU has a wealth of text processing tools and techniques to aid coders, writers, and publishers in editing and otherwise manipulating text documents. This three-part series will introduce the bulk of those tools and utilities (plus some techniques) and include links to learning more. This part (part 2) will cover the formatting and printing utilities available on GNU. The previous sections -- part 1A & 1B -- introduced the basic commands.
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