UL(1)                                                       UL(1)

     NAME
          ul, hp - print underlines on screen terminals

     SYNOPSIS
          ul [ -i ] [ -t terminal ] [ file ] ...

          hp [ -e ] [ -m ]

     DESCRIPTION
          Ul replaces backspaced, overstruck underscores by control
          sequences suitable for the terminal given by the environment
          variable TERM or by option -t.  It reads from the standard
          input or the named files and writes on the standard output.
          Option -i represents underlining by a separate line of `-'
          characters.

          Hp is a filter that presents most nroff output sensibly on
          HP 2600 series terminals.  Option -s stops and waits for a
          newline at the beginning of each page.  Option -e uses `dis-
          play enhancement' features to distinguish underlines, super-
          scripts, and subscripts, which are normally all shown in
          inverse video.  Option -m squeezes multiple newlines out of
          the output.

     SEE ALSO
          column(1)

     BUGS
          Hp does not reliably handle reverse line feeds as produced
          by tbl(1); pipe the input through col to get rid of them;
          see column(1).