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UNVIS(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						  UNVIS(1)

NAME
unvis -- revert a visual representation of data back to original form
SYNOPSIS
unvis [-e] [-Hh | -m] [file ...]
DESCRIPTION
unvis is the inverse function of vis(1). It reverts a visual representation of data back to its original form on standard output. The options are as follows: -e Don't decode \ escaped sequences. -H Decode entity references and numeric character references from RFC 1866. (VIS_HTTP1866) -h Decode using the URI encoding from RFC 1808. (VIS_HTTP1808) -m Decode using mime style. (VIS_MIMESTYLE) Mixing -h or -H with -m is not supported.
SEE ALSO
vis(1), unvis(3), vis(3)
HISTORY
The unvis command appears in 4.4BSD.
BSD
November 27, 2010 BSD