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RE: Bash equivalent to DOS /p

--- Steve Barr <sbarr@madison-richland.k12.oh.us> wrote: 

> > I know that this is a really n00bish question, but I have to 
> > ask.  What is the command that limits output from a command 
> > to just a page at a time, like the /p command in DOS?
> 	ll | more

Making up commands is not a good practise to get into. There is no command
"ll". If you mean "ll" to be an alias for "ls -l" then you should have
stated so, since "ll" is not a standard alias at all, as far as bash is
concerned in Debian.

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