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CIDCALL(1)	      User Contributed Perl Documentation	    CIDCALL(1)

NAME
       cidcall - view calls, hangups, messages,	and end	of calls in the	NCID
       call file

SYNOPSIS
	cidcall	[--help|-h] [--man|-m] [--version|-V]

	cidcall	[--format   |-f	<0-2>]
		[--delimiter|-d	<text>]
		[--strip-one|-1]
		[--all-types|-a]
		[--yearlog  |-y	<4 digit year>]
		[--BLK	    |-B]
		[--CID	    |-C]
		[--END	    |-E]
		[--HUP	    |-H]
		[--MSG	    |-M]
		[--NOT	    |-N]
		[--OUT	    |-O]
		[--PID	    |-P]
		[--WID	    |-W]
		[cidlog]

DESCRIPTION
       The cidcall tool	displays the cidcall.log file in one of	three
       different formats: raw, human readable, and delimited.

       The default is to display BLK, CID, HUP,	OUT, PID, and WID lines	in a
       human readable format.

   Options
       -h, --help
	      Displays the help	message	and exits.

       -m, --man
	      Displays the manual page and exits.

       -V, --version
	      Displays the version and exits.

       -f <0-2>, --format <0-2>
	      Determines the output format used.

	      Output format 0 displays the call	log file as-is.	All other
	      options are ignored.

	      Output format 1 displays the call	log in human readable text.

	      Output format 2 displays the call	log with field delimiters for
	      easy parsing by another program.	Uses options -d|--delimiter
	      and -1|--strip-one.

	      The default output format	is 1 (human readable).

       -d <text>, --delimiter <text>
	      Used when	output format is 2 (delimited).	Fields will be
	      delimited	by <text>.

	      For pipe-delimited output, surround the pipe symbol with single
	      or double	quotes:	'|' or "|".

	      For tab-delimited	output,	specify	only the letter	"t".

	      For comma-delimited output, fields containing an embedded	comma
	      will automatically be surrounded by double-quotes.

	      Default delimiter	is a comma (",").

       -1, --strip-one
	      Used when	output format is 2 (delimited).	If a number is exactly
	      11 digits	and it begins with "1",	strip the "1" before
	      outputting it. This is to	facilitate consistent sorting of the
	      output for 10 digit numbers.

	      If the leading "1" is stripped, the "Exception" column will so
	      indicate.

       -i, --lineid <text>
	      Output only those	lines where the	lineid matches <text>.

       -a, --all-types
	      Equivalent to typing --BLK, --CID, --END,	--HUP, --MSG, --NOT,
	      --OUT, --PID, and	--WID on the command line.

       -B, --BLK
	      Displays BLK lines (blocked calls) in the	call file.

       -C, --CID
	      Displays CID lines (incoming calls) in the call file.

       -E, --END
	      Displays END lines (gateway end of call) in the call file.

       -H, --HUP
	      Displays HUP lines (terminated calls) in the call	file.

       -M, --MSG
	      Displays MSG lines (messages) in the call	file.

       -N, --NOT
	      Displays NOT lines (smartphone note (message)) in	the call file.

       -O, --OUT
	      Displays OUT lines (outgoing calls) in the call file.

       -P, --PID
	      Displays PID lines (smartphone Caller ID)	in the call file.
	      Obsolete.

       -W, --WID
	      Displays WID lines ("call	waiting" calls)	in the call file.

       -y, --yearlog <4	digit year>
	      Obtains data from	$HOME/NCID/log/cidcall-<year>.log instead of
	      the default.  This overrides a call log given on the command
	      line.

   Arguments
       cidlog The NCID call file.

	      Default: /var/log/cidcall.log

EXAMPLES
       Output as tab-delimited,	changing 11-digit numbers beginning with "1"
       to be 10-digits:
	 cidcall -f 2 -d t -1

       Output as pipe-delimited, changing 11-digit numbers beginning with "1"
       to be 10-digits,	then sorting numerically on the	phone number column:
	 cidcall -f 2 -d '|' -1	| sort -t '|' -k4,4 -n

FILES
	/var/log/cidcall.log
	$HOME/NCID/log/cidcall-<year>.log

SEE ALSO
       ncidd.conf.5

perl v5.24.1			  2017-07-02			    CIDCALL(1)

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