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grog



SYNOPSIS

       grog [ -option ...  ] [ files...  ]


DESCRIPTION

       grog reads files and guesses which of the groff(1) options
       -e, -man, -me, -mm, -ms, -mdoc, -mdoc-old, -p, -R, -g, -G,
       -s, and -t are required for printing files, and prints the
       groff command including those options on the standard out­
       put.   A  filename  of - is taken to refer to the standard
       input.  If no files are specified the standard input  will
       be  read.   Any  specified options will be included in the
       printed command.  No space is allowed between options  and
       their  arguments.   The  only  options  recognized  are -C
       (which is also passed on) to  enable  compatibility  mode,
       and -v to print the version number.

       For example,

              `grog -Tdvi paper.ms`

       will  guess  the appropriate command to print paper.ms and
       then run it after adding the -Tdvi option.


SEE ALSO

       doctype(1), groff(1), troff(1),  tbl(1),  pic(1),  eqn(1),
       refer(1), grn(1), grap(1), soelim(1)

Groff Version 1.17.2       27 June 2001                   GROG(1)
  
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