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DUP(nged)		     BRL-CAD User Commands		     DUP(nged)

NAME
       dup - Checks the	specified file (which is expected to contain a BRL-CAD
       model) for names	that are the same as those in the current model.

SYNOPSIS
       dup {file} [prefix]

DESCRIPTION
       Checks the specified file (which	is expected to contain a BRL-CAD
       model) for names	that are the same as those in the current model. If a
       prefix is included on the command line, all names in the	specified file
       will have that prefix added to their names before comparison with the
       current model. This command is often used prior to invoking the
       dbconcat	command	to ensure that there are no name clashes.

EXAMPLES
       The first example shows the use of the dup command to check for files
       having the same name as those in	the current model. The second example
       shows how to prefix the file names in the other model before comparing
       them with the names of the current model	files.

       Example 1. Check	for files having the same name as those	in the current
       model.

       mged> dup other_model.g
	   Checks other_model.g	for names duplicating those in the current
	   model.

       Example 2.

       mged>dup	other_model.g abc

       Does the	same check as in the first example, but	prefixes all the names
       in other_model.g	with abc before	comparing with the names in the
       current model.

AUTHOR
       BRL-CAD Team

BUG REPORTS
       Reports of bugs or problems should be submitted via electronic mail to
       <devs@brlcad.org>, or via the "cadbug.sh" script.

BRL-CAD				  07/08/2017			     DUP(nged)

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