dicar



DICAR(1)                                                              DICAR(1)




NAME

       dicar - Archive Binary Dictionary


SYNOPSYS

       dicar -t bindic1
       dicar -x bindic1 [ bindic2 ]
       dicar -r bindic1 bindic2
       dicar -d bindic1 bindic2


DESCRIPTION

       dicar  archives  binary  dictionary bindic1.  The hyphen of each option
       may be omitted.

       -t     Displays the dictionaries contained in  binary  dictionary  file
              bindic1.   Each  displayed  name of the dictionaries consists of
              the text file name followed by extension ā€™.dā€™.  This  text  file
              name  is  that  before the dictionary file is converted into the
              binary file.

       -x     Fetches dictionary bindic2 from bindic1.   Bindic2  consists  of
              the  text  file name followed by extension ā€™.dā€™.  This text file
              name is that before the dictionary file is  converted  into  the
              binary file.  The fetched file bindic2 becomes a dictionary file
              in binary format. If bindic2 is omitted, all dictionaries within
              bindic1 will be fetched.

       -r     Adds to bindic1, all dictionaries that are contained in the dic-
              tionary file specified in bindic2.  Any  dictionary  in  bindic1
              that is contained in bindic1 is overwritten.

       -d     Deletes bindic2 from bindic1.



EXAMPLES

       % ls
       chimei.d shima.d
       % dicar -t shima.d
       (Text dictionary file name = Directory size + Word size, packed)
       % dicar r shima.d shima.mwd.d (Replaces shima.mwd.d.)
       % dicar r shima.d chimedi.d (Adds chimedi.d to shima.d.)
       % dicar -t shma.d
       (Text dictionary file name = Directory size + Word size, packed)



SEE ALSO

       dpbindic(1), mkbindic(1)




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