SEQ(1)                                                     SEQ(1)

     NAME
          seq - print sequences of numbers

     SYNOPSIS
          seq [ -w ] [ -fformat ] [ first [ incr ] ] last

     DESCRIPTION
          Seq prints a sequence of numbers, one per line, from first
          (default 1) to as near last as possible, in increments of
          incr (default 1).  The numbers are interpreted as floating
          point.

          Normally integer values are printed as decimal integers.
          The options are

          -fformat   Use the print(2)-style format print for printing
                     each (floating point) number.  The default is
                     `%g'.

          -w         Equalize the widths of all numbers by padding
                     with leading zeros as necessary.  Not effective
                     with option -f, nor with numbers in exponential
                     notation.

     EXAMPLES
          seq 0 .05 .1
               Print 0 0.05 0.1 (on separate lines).

          seq -w 0 .05 .1
               Print 0.00 0.05 0.10.

     SOURCE
          /sys/src/cmd/seq.c

     BUGS
          Option -w always surveys every value in advance.  Thus seq
          -w 1000000000 is a painful way to get an `infinite'
          sequence.