P(1)                                                         P(1)

     NAME
          p, more - paginate

     SYNOPSIS
          p [ -n ] [ file ] ...

          more [ option ] ... [ file ] ...

     DESCRIPTION
          P copies its standard input, or the named files if given, to
          its standard output, stopping at the end of the 22nd line to
          wait for a newline from the user.  The page size may be set
          by saying (for example)

               p -60

          While waiting for a newline, p interprets some commands:

               -    Reprint last page. `--' reprints the second last
                    page, etc.

               !    Pass the rest of the line to the shell as a com-
                    mand.

               q    Quit.

          More, a paginator that lives up to its name, has too many
          features to describe.  The essential fact about it is that
          space, not newline, gives the next page.

     SEE ALSO
          tk(1)

     BUGS
          Because of limited storage, p can't back up too far.