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shell built-in commands
CURLOPT_EXPECT_100_TIMEOUT_MS(3)
timeout for Expect: 100-continue response
PS_continue_text(3)
Continue text in next line
PS_continue_text2(3)
Continue text in next line
continue.tcl85(n), continue(n)
Skip to the next iteration of a loop
continue.tcl86(n), continue(n)
Skip to the next iteration of a loop
continue.tcl87(n), continue(n)
Skip to the next iteration of a loop
fasta36(1)
scan a protein or DNA sequence library for similar sequences fastx36 - compare a DNA sequence to a protein sequence database, comparing the translated DNA sequence in forward and reverse frames. tfastx36 - compare a protein sequence to a DNA sequence database, calculating similarities with frameshifts to the forward and reverse orientations. fasty36 - compare a DNA sequence to a protein sequence database, comparing the translated DNA sequence in forward and reverse frames. tfasty36 - compare a protein sequence to a DNA sequence database, calculating similarities with frameshifts to the forward and reverse orientations. fasts36 - compare unordered peptides to a protein sequence database fastm36 - compare ordered peptides (or short DNA sequences) to a protein (DNA) sequence database tfasts36 - compare unordered peptides to a translated DNA sequence database fastf36 - compare mixed peptides to a protein sequence database tfastf36 - compare mixed peptides to a translated DNA sequence database ssearch36 - compare a protein or DNA sequence to a sequence database using the Smith-Waterman algorithm. ggsearch36 - compare a protein or DNA sequence to a sequence database using a global alignment (Needleman-Wunsch) glsearch36 - compare a protein or DNA sequence to a sequence database with alignments that are global in the query and local in the database sequence (global-local). lalign36 - produce multiple non-overlapping alignments for protein and DNA sequences using the Huang and Miller sim algorithm for the Waterman-Eggert algorithm. prss36, prfx36 - discontinued; all the FASTA programs will estimate statistical significance using 500 shuffled sequence scores if two sequences are compared
fido_bio_dev_get_info(3), fido_bio_dev_enroll_begin(3), fido_bio_dev_enroll_continue(3), fido_bio_dev_enroll_cancel(3), fido_bio_dev_enroll_remove(3), fido_bio_dev_get_template_array(3), fido_bio_dev_set_template_name(3)
FIDO 2 biometric authenticator API
rplay(1)
play, pause, continue, and stop sounds
timew-continue(1)
resume tracking of existing interval
v7sh(1), sh(1), for(1), case(1), if(1), while(1), : (1), . (1), break(1), continue(1), cd(1), eval(1), exec(1), exit(1), export(1), login(1), newgrp(1), read(1), readonly(1), set(1), shift(1), times(1), trap(1), umask(1), wait(1)
command language
Net::TacacsPlus::Packet::AuthenContinueBody(3)
Tacacs+ authentication continue body
continue(1)
continue execution at top of the loop rst2man-indent-level 0 1 rstReportMargin \$1
continue(1)
skip the remainder of the current iteration of the current inner loop
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