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Old Unix and Linux 01-23-2010
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Unix or Linux Question the gp command what is it used for

im having trouble understanding what gp command does in unix
im coping from a hp unix manual. i did a man in cygwin and
nothing come up so im a little curious as to what is does
and if it is usable in the bash shell
thank you in advance for the help

heres some sample code

if [ $query = y ]
cd $f
gp -q -d $newdir

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that's a PARI-GP calculator program. read here to know more
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