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).