Writing man Pages Using groff
Oct 01, 1995 By Matt Welsh
groff is the GNU version of the popular nroff/troff text-formatting tools provided on most Unix systems. Its most common use is writing manual pages—online documentation for commands, programming interfaqces, and so forth. In this article, we show you the ropes of writing your own man pages with groff.
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