MAN(1)                                                     MAN(1)

     NAME
          man, lookman, sig - print or find pages of this manual

     SYNOPSIS
          man [ -hnpPtw ] [ section ... ] [ -- ] title ...

          lookman key ...

          sig function ...

     DESCRIPTION
          Man locates and prints pages of this manual named title in
          the specified sections. Title is given in lower case.  Each
          section is a number; pages marked (2S), for example, belong
          to chapter 2.  If no section is specified, pages in all sec-
          tions are printed.  Any name from the NAME section at the
          top of the page will serve as a title.

          The options are:

          -h   Print the pages to HTML and send to a web browser with
               web(1).

          -n   (Default) Print the pages on the standard output using
               nroff.

          -p   Run proof(1) on the specified man pages.

          -P   Run page(1) on the specified man pages.

          -t   Run troff(1) and send its output to standard output.

          -w   Print the file names for the pages.

          Lookman prints the names of all manual sections that contain
          all of the key words given on the command line.

          Sig prints the signature (i.e. C definition) of the
          function's given on the command line.

     FILES
          /man?/*.[0-9]*
               troff source for manual; this page is /man/man1/man.1

          /man?/*.html
               HTML version of the manual

          /man/man?/INDEX
               indices searched to find pages corresponding to titles

     MAN(1)                                                     MAN(1)

          /man/secindex
               command to make an index for a given section

          /man/lookman.index
               index for lookman

     SOURCE
          /bin/man
          /bin/lookman

     SEE ALSO
          page(1), proof(1)

     BUGS
          The manual was intended to be typeset; some detail is sacri-
          ficed on text terminals.

          There is no automatic mechanism to keep the indices up to
          date.

          Except for special cases, man doesn't recognize things that
          should be run through tbl and/or eqn.

          The HTML manual is not maintained automatically.  To update
          it:

               cd /dist
               mk man