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users(1) [osf1 man page]

users(1)						      General Commands Manual							  users(1)

NAME
users, u - Displays a compact list of users who are on the system SYNOPSIS
users u DESCRIPTION
The users command lists the login names of the users currently on the system in a compact, one-line format. The usernames are in collated order. EXAMPLES
To list the users currently logged in to your system, enter: system> users The system responds as follows: berg jackson diaz shahuri smith wong SEE ALSO
Commands: finger(1), last(8), w(1), who(1) users(1)

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