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SQLFORMAT(1)							   User Commands						      SQLFORMAT(1)

NAME
sqlformat - reformat SQL SYNOPSIS
sqlformat [ OPTION ] ... [ FILE ] ... DESCRIPTION
The `sqlformat' command-line tool can be used to reformat SQL file according to specified options or prepare a snippet in in some program- ming language (only Python and PHP currently supported). Use "-" for FILE to read from stdin. OPTIONS
-i CHOICE|--identifiers=FORMAT Change case of identifiers. FORMAT is one of "upper", "lower", "capitalize". -k CHOICE|--keywords=FORMAT Change case of keywords. FORMAT is one of "upper", "lower", "capitalize". -l CHOICE|--language=LANG Output a snippet in programming language LANG. LANG can be "python", "php". -o FILE|--outfile=FILE Write output to FILE (defaults to stdout). -r|--reindent Reindent statements. --indent_width=INDENT_WIDTH Set indent width to INDENT_WIDTH. Default is 2 spaces. --strip-comments Remove comments. -h|--help Print a short help message and exit. All subsequent options are ignored. --verbose Verbose output. --version Print program's version number and exit. AUTHORS
This man page was written by Andriy Senkovych <jolly_roger@itblog.org.ua> python-sqlparse version: 0.1.2 December 2010 SQLFORMAT(1)

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NAME
gnubg - GNU Backgammon program SYNOPSIS
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GNU Backgammon gnubg (6) plays and analyzes backgammon games and matches. It is able to play and analyze both money games and tournament matches, evaluate and roll out positions, and more. OPTIONS
-b, --no-bearoff Do not use bearoff database -c, --commands=FILE Evaluate commands in FILE and exit -d, --datadir=DIR Read database and weight files from DIR -l, --lang=LANG Set language to LANG -p, --python=FILE Evaluate Python code in FILE and exit -q, --quiet Disable sound effects -r, --no-rc Do not read .gnubgrc and .gnubgautorc commands -S, --splash Show gtk splash screen -t, --tty Start on tty instead of using window system -v, --version Show version information and exit -w, --window-system-only Ignore tty input when using window system FILES
~/.gnubg/gnubgautorc, ~/.gnubg/gnubg.db, ~/.gnubg/gnubg.gtkrc AUTHORS
Joseph Heled, Oystein Johansen, Jorn Thyssen, and Gary Wong, with the assistance of many others. Bug reports go to <bug-gnubg@gnu.org>. Manual written by Christian Anthon 26 August 2014 gnubg(6)
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