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RECODE(1)				       FSF					RECODE(1)

NAME
       recode - manual page for recode 3.6

SYNOPSIS
       lt-recode [OPTION]... [ [CHARSET] | REQUEST [FILE]... ]

DESCRIPTION
       Free `recode' converts files between various character sets and surfaces.

       If  a  long option shows an argument as mandatory, then it is mandatory for the equivalent
       short option also.  Similarly for optional arguments.

   Listings:
       -l, --list[=FORMAT]
	      list one or all known charsets and aliases

       -k, --known=PAIRS
	      restrict charsets according to known PAIRS list

       -h, --header[=[LN/]NAME]
	      write table NAME on stdout using LN, then exit

       -F, --freeze-tables
	      write out a C module holding all tables

       -T, --find-subsets
	      report all charsets being subset of others

       -C, --copyright
	      display Copyright and copying conditions

       --help display this help and exit

       --version
	      output version information and exit

   Operation modes:
       -v, --verbose
	      explain sequence of steps and report progress

       -q, --quiet, --silent
	      inhibit messages about irreversible recodings

       -f, --force
	      force recodings even when not reversible

       -t, --touch
	      touch the recoded files after replacement

       -i, --sequence=files
	      use intermediate files for sequencing passes

       --sequence=memory
	      use memory buffers for sequencing passes

       -p, --sequence=pipe
	      use pipe machinery for sequencing passes

   Fine tuning:
       -s, --strict
	      use strict mappings, even loose characters

       -d, --diacritics
	      convert only diacritics or alike for HTML/LaTeX

       -S, --source[=LN]
	      limit recoding to strings and comments as for LN

       -c, --colons
	      use colons instead of double quotes for diaeresis

       -g, --graphics
	      approximate IBMPC rulers by ASCII graphics

       -x, --ignore=CHARSET
	      ignore CHARSET while choosing a recoding path

       Option -l with no FORMAT nor CHARSET list available  charsets  and  surfaces.   FORMAT  is
       `decimal', `octal', `hexadecimal' or `full' (or one of `dohf').	Unless DEFAULT_CHARSET is
       set in environment, CHARSET defaults to	the  locale  dependent	encoding,  determined  by
       LC_ALL,	LC_CTYPE, LANG.  With -k, possible before charsets are listed for the given after
       CHARSET, both being tabular charsets, with PAIRS  of  the  form	`BEF1:AFT1,BEF2:AFT2,...'
       and  BEFs  and AFTs being codes are given as decimal numbers.  LN is some language, it may
       be `c', `perl' or `po'; `c' is the default.

       REQUEST is SUBREQUEST[,SUBREQUEST]...; SUBREQUEST is ENCODING[..ENCODING]...  ENCODING  is
       [CHARSET][/[SURFACE]]...;  REQUEST  often  looks like BEFORE..AFTER, with BEFORE and AFTER
       being charsets.	An omitted CHARSET implies the usual charset;  an  omitted  [/SURFACE]...
       means  the  implied surfaces for CHARSET; a / with an empty surface name means no surfaces
       at all.	See the manual.

       If none of -i and -p are given, presume -p if no FILE, else -i.	Each FILE is recoded over
       itself, destroying the original.  If no FILE is specified, then act as a filter and recode
       stdin to stdout.

AUTHOR
       Written by Franc,ois Pinard <pinard@iro.umontreal.ca>.

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to <recode-bugs@iro.umontreal.ca>.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 1990, 92, 93, 94, 96, 97, 99 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO  warranty;  not
       even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

SEE ALSO
       The  full  documentation  for  recode  is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and
       recode programs are properly installed at your site, the command

	      info recode

       should give you access to the complete manual.

Free recode 3.6 			    June 2014					RECODE(1)
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