Re: Command Line Interfaces

Subject: Re: Command Line Interfaces
From: Philip Sharman <psharman -at- verity -dot- com>
To: "Perry Moore" <perrya -at- jps -dot- net>, "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 29 May 2000 13:01:47 -0600

If you are supplying online help, the client will probably want it formatted like UNIX "man" pages -- essentially a long text file with a set organizational structure. Forget all what WYSIWYG frippery!

At 10:48 AM 00/05/29 -0700, Perry Moore wrote:

I recently saw an ad for a TW where it stated that having experience with
Command Line Interfaces was a plus. What are these? What does one have to
know as far as documentation goes? Why would this experience be a plus? Does
anyone have a sample?

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