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LKBIB(1)						      General Commands Manual							  LKBIB(1)

NAME
lkbib - search bibliographic databases SYNOPSIS
lkbib [ -v ] [ -ifields ] [ -pfilename ] [ -tn ] key... It is possible to have whitespace between a command line option and its parameter. DESCRIPTION
lkbib searches bibliographic databases for references that contain the keys key... and prints any references found on the standard output. lkbib will search any databases given by -p options, and then a default database. The default database is taken from the REFER environment variable if it is set, otherwise it is /usr/dict/papers/Ind. For each database filename to be searched, if an index filename.i created by indxbib(1) exists, then it will be searched instead; each index can cover multiple databases. OPTIONS
-v Print the version number. -pfilename Search filename. Multiple -p options can be used. -istring When searching files for which no index exists, ignore the contents of fields whose names are in string. -tn Only require the first n characters of keys to be given. Initially n is 6. ENVIRONMENT
REFER Default database. FILES
/usr/dict/papers/Ind Default database to be used if the REFER environment variable is not set. filename.i Index files. SEE ALSO
refer(1), lookbib(1), indxbib(1) Groff Version 1.18.1 Apr 2002 LKBIB(1)

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LKBIB(1)						      General Commands Manual							  LKBIB(1)

NAME
lkbib - search bibliographic databases SYNOPSIS
lkbib [ -v ] [ -ifields ] [ -pfilename ] [ -tn ] key... It is possible to have whitespace between a command line option and its parameter. DESCRIPTION
lkbib searches bibliographic databases for references that contain the keys key... and prints any references found on the standard output. lkbib will search any databases given by -p options, and then a default database. The default database is taken from the REFER environment variable if it is set, otherwise it is /usr/dict/papers/Ind. For each database filename to be searched, if an index filename.i created by indxbib(1) exists, then it will be searched instead; each index can cover multiple databases. OPTIONS
-v Print the version number. -pfilename Search filename. Multiple -p options can be used. -istring When searching files for which no index exists, ignore the contents of fields whose names are in string. -tn Only require the first n characters of keys to be given. Initially n is 6. ENVIRONMENT
REFER Default database. FILES
/usr/dict/papers/Ind Default database to be used if the REFER environment variable is not set. filename.i Index files. SEE ALSO
refer(1), lookbib(1), indxbib(1) Groff Version 1.22.2 7 February 2013 LKBIB(1)
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