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authorRuslan Ermilov <ru@FreeBSD.org>2002-05-29 15:18:35 +0000
committerRuslan Ermilov <ru@FreeBSD.org>2002-05-29 15:18:35 +0000
commit9dfcbc3b1253cdfaefdd2ed50caad0cef2c8a4dd (patch)
treec24d66ffd714d45003ea44d040cd3a5c6ac0bc78 /bin/expr
parent3f0e2b01ff0a16bd4db56f2e241bde3effc881b6 (diff)
mdoc(7) police: markup nits.
Notes: svn path=/head/; revision=97464
Diffstat (limited to 'bin/expr')
1 files changed, 11 insertions, 11 deletions
diff --git a/bin/expr/expr.1 b/bin/expr/expr.1
index 4a978d07a1fc..080bb60d7d96 100644
--- a/bin/expr/expr.1
+++ b/bin/expr/expr.1
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ Arithmetic operations are performed using signed integer math.
If the
.Fl e
flag is specified, arithmetic uses the C
-.Ql intmax_t
+.Vt intmax_t
data type (the largest integral type available), and
will detect arithmetic overflow and return an error indication.
@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ If
is not specified, arithmetic operations and parsing of integer
arguments will overflow silently according to the rules of the C
standard, using the
-.Ql long
+.Vt long
data type.
Operators are listed below in order of increasing precedence; all
@@ -126,11 +126,11 @@ Unless the
variable is defined in the process environment, this version of
adheres to the
Utility Syntax Guidelines, which require that a leading argument beginning
with a minus sign be considered an option to the program.
The standard
-.Ql \&--
+.Fl Fl
syntax may be used to prevent this interpretation.
However, many historic implementations of
.Nm ,
@@ -168,7 +168,7 @@ command in general is historic and inconvenient.
New applications are advised to use shell arithmetic rather than
.Nm .
-.Bl -tag -compact -width EXPR_COMPAT
+.Bl -tag -width ".Ev EXPR_COMPAT"
If set,
@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ The following example (in
.Xr sh 1
syntax) adds one to the variable
.Va a :
-.Dl a=$(expr $a + 1)
+.Dl "a=$(expr $a + 1)"
This will fail if the value of
.Va a
@@ -195,10 +195,10 @@ To protect negative values of
from being interpreted as options to the
command, one might rearrange the expression:
-.Dl a=$(expr 1 + $a)
+.Dl "a=$(expr 1 + $a)"
More generally, parenthesize possibly-negative values:
-.Dl a=$(expr \e( $a \e) + 1)
+.Dl "a=$(expr \e( $a \e) + 1)"
This example prints the filename portion of a pathname stored
in variable
@@ -211,7 +211,7 @@ it is necessary to prevent it from being interpreted as the division operator.
.Li //
characters resolve this ambiguity.
-.Dl expr \*q//$a\*q \&: '.*/\e(.*\e)'
+.Dl "expr \*q//$a\*q \&: '.*/\e(.*\e)'"
The following examples output the number of characters in variable
@@ -228,11 +228,11 @@ If the
command conforms to
.St -p1003.1-2001 ,
this is simple:
-.Dl expr -- \*q$a\*q \&: \*q.*\*q
+.Dl "expr -- \*q$a\*q \&: \*q.*\*q"
For portability to older systems, however, a more complicated command
is required:
-.Dl expr \e( \*qX$a\*q \&: \*q.*\*q \e) - 1
+.Dl "expr \e( \*qX$a\*q \&: \*q.*\*q \e) - 1"