WWBSTAND(1)                                           WWBSTAND(1)

     NAME
          wwbstand - print standards used by prose(1)

     SYNOPSIS
          wwbstand [ -flags ][ -ver ][ -tm | -t | -c | -x standards-
          file ]

     DESCRIPTION
          Wwbstand reads the standards files that are used by
          prose(1), and prints the average ranges of 12 style(1)
          scores for documents of certain kinds.  Prose considers
          scores that fall within these ranges to be good.

          Four options to wwbstand tell it what standards file to
          read:

               -tm  print average ranges of style scores for Bell Labs
                    Technical Memoranda judged good by department
                    heads in the research area.  This is the default.

               -t   print average ranges of style scores for Bell Labs
                    training documents from Department 45272.

               -c   print suggested ranges of style scores for craft
                    documents based on the research of E. Coke,
                    department 11222.

               -x standards-file
                    print average ranges of style scores contained in
                    standards-file. The standards-file can be made
                    using mkstand(1).

          Two options give information about the program:

               -flags print the command synopsis line (see above)
                      showing command flags and options, then exit.

               -ver   print the Writer's Workbench version number of
                      the command, then exit.

     SEE ALSO
          mkstand(1), prose(1), style(1), wwb(1).

     SUPPORT
          COMPONENT NAME:  Writer's Workbench
          APPROVAL AUTHORITY:  Div 452
          STATUS:  Standard
          SUPPLIER:  Dept 45271
          USER INTERFACE:  Stacey Keenan, Dept 45271, PY x3733 .}f
          SUPPORT LEVEL: Class B - unqualified support other than Div

     WWBSTAND(1)                                           WWBSTAND(1)

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