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    The following form allows you to view linux man pages.

    Command:

    re

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           re <infile><outfile><infrmt><outfrmt><f|b|s><u|l|s>
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           This  manual  page  was  written  for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution
           because the original program does not have a manual page.
    
           re is a program that converts russian texts between encodings.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           The easiest way to convert some file into readable form  (KOI-8),  just
           type this:
    
           re <SourceFile> <DestFile> ? K
    
           where :
    
           <SourceFile> - unreadable file
    
           <DestFile>   - resulting file
    
           ?             -  tells RE that source codepage is unknown and RE should
           analyze the file and determine the source codepage
    
           K            - tells RE that destination codepage is KOI-8
    
           Note: If you know, what is source codepage, you may use it  instead  of
           "?"  option. For example, you want to convert letter.txt file which was
           written  in  Win  you  know,  that  this  file  is  in  1251  codepage:
    
               re letter.txt letter2.txt W K
    
           Now  examine the letter2.txt - you should see russian symbols in KOI-8.
    
           Here  is   the   know   codepages   list   and   their   abbreviatures:
    
               W   - Windows 1251    "_"  - _xxe
               D   - Dos             "%"  - %hex
               K   - KOI-8           "\\" - \'hex
               L   - Latin            G   - Graph_win
               I   - Iso             "<"  - <binhex>
               H   - HEX              +   - +UTF7-
               S   - ShiftKbrd        C   - C_MIC
               M   - Mac              Y   - Y_c16
               A   - AFF              Z   - Z_c32
               O   - Odd(UTF8_1)      F   - F(UTF8_2)
               B   - Base64           P   - Pict
               E   - Express          N   - N_Estl
               T   - T-Html           V   - V_Vpp855
               U   - User             X   - X_sp
               "-" - uue              J   - J_diff
    
           for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
    
                                    March 21, 2000                           RE(1)
    
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