cross-unix-documentationdocumentation of similarities and (noteworthy) differencies between Unix systems
Author: Haelwenn (lanodan) Monnier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2019 23:40:57 +0100
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+.Dt SEQ 1x
+This manual page is part of
+.Lk https://hacktivis.me/git/cross-unix-documentation "Cross-Unix Documentation"
+which is an attempt to provide documentation of similarities and (noteworthy) differencies between Unix-like systems. To be used as an addition to the POSIX standard.
+.Nd print a sequence of numbers
+.Op Fl w
+.Op Fl f Ar format
+.Op Fl s Ar separator
+[first [steps]] last
+prints a sequence of numbers, one per line (default), from
+(default 1), to near
+as possible, in increments of
+(default 1). When
+is larger than
+.Ar last ,
+All numbers are interpreted as floating point.
+.Bl -tag -width Ds
+.It Fl f Ar format
+.Xr printf 3
+to print each number.
+it can contain character escape sequences in backslash notation as defined in
+.St -ansiC-89 .
+The default is %g. This flag is absent in BusyBox.
+.It Fl s Ar separator
+to separate numbers, it can contain character escape sequences in backslash notation as defined in
+.St -ansiC-89 .
+The default is \en.
+.It Fl w
+equalize width by zero-padding
+command first appeared in
+.At v8 .
+command appeared in
+.Nx 3.0 .
+This command was based on the command of the same name in Plan 9 From Bell Labs and the GNU coreutils.
+command first appeared in the 1.13 shell utilities release.
+.Nx 8.0 ,
+GNU coreutils 8.30, BusyBox 1.30.1.
+.An Haelwenn (lanodan) Monnier Aq Mt email@example.com