Unix Tip #4396- March 25, 2014


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C BEAUTIFIER


In SCOUNIX, cb is a command
which is used to beautify the
c program written in sco.

IE:
# cb filename.c

or

# cb filename.c > fname.c

The above command displays the
program with indentation which
may help to find if the curly
brackets are properly closed or
not.

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