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FD(1)			    General Commands Manual			 FD(1)

NAME
       fd - file & directory maintenance tool

SYNOPSIS
       fd  [ -abCefhiklmNnPrSsTtuvx ] [	-NAME=value ] [	directory [ directory2
       ...  ]]
       fdsh [ -abCcefhiklmNnPrSsTtuvx ]	[ args ]

DESCRIPTION
       Fd is a file & directory	maintenance tool considered for	the text  ter-
       minals  on general UNIX.	 It aims for a clone of	the same named utility
       which is	made for the PC/AT compatible machine and PC-9800 series.   In
       fact, it	is upper compatible functionally.

       Fd  shows  the  browser	screen listing files when you have invoked it.
       You can input some key which is bound each command, to execute  various
       operations.

       (In  the	 following  description,  (UNIX)  means	 that the operation is
       implemented only	on UNIX	version	and not	effective on  MS-DOS  version.
       As  well	 as  it, (DOS) means that the operation	is implemented only on
       MS-DOS version.)

   Options
       The command line	option is used for setting internal  shell  operations
       and  setting  the  internal variables described below.  You can use any
       variable	name as	the internal variable, but fd can  accept  only	 those
       which  are described in the below section of ENVIRONMENT	VARIABLES.  If
       you specify directory, the current directory is moved to	the  directory
       initially.   If	you  specify  directory2 ..., the split	window mode is
       invoked,	and the	current	directories of the  supplemental  windows  are
       moved to	the each directory.

       The following options are available for the internal shell.

       -c string
	      Commands	described by string are	executed and exit immediately.
	      It is effective only when	it is invoked as fdsh.

       -i     If the -i	flag is	present	or if the standard input/output	 is  a
	      terminal,	the shell is the interactive shell.

       -s     If  the  -s flag is present or if	no args	is specified, commands
	      for the shell are	read from the standard input.	Any  remaining
	      argument specifies the positional	parameter.

       -r     The  shell  is  a	restricted shell.  Specifically, the following
	      operations are disallowed.
		 changing the current directory
		 setting the value of $PATH, $SHELL and	$ENV
		 specifying command names include /
		 redirecting output (> and >>)
		 IN_DIR		OUT_DIR	       LOG_TOP
		 LOG_DIR	ATTR_FILE      COPY_FILE
		 MOVE_FILE	DELETE_FILE    DELETE_DIR
		 RENAME_FILE	MAKE_DIR       WRITE_DIR
		 TREE_DIR	BACKUP_TAPE    EDIT_FILE
		 UNPACK_FILE	PACK_FILE      LOG_TREE
		 COPY_TREE	MOVE_TREE      UNPACK_TREE
		 FIND_DIR	ATTR_DIR
	      When invoked as rfd or rfdsh, it becomes this  restricted	 shell
	      automatically.

       -l     The shell	is a login shell.

       -N     Reading the initial configuration	files is omitted.

       In  addition, the options described below in the	description of set the
       builtin command are available.

   Screen Layout
       Fd has the 3 major screen modes.	 In the	browser	screen,	you can	select
       from  the  file	list and execute each command.	In the archive browser
       screen, files in	the archive file are listed separately	by  directory,
       and  you	can browse as well as the browser screen.  In the tree screen,
       you can move on the directory tree and select the directory path.

       In all screen modes, each 3 lines on the	top/bottom of the  screen  are
       used  for  the  various	information  of	fd.  The top information lines
       sometimes become	4 lines.  The screen layout is the following.

       line#	 Description

       1	 The title line.  The clock at the right end is	updated	 every
		 10 seconds.

       2	 The information line.	It displays information	in this	order:
		 the current page (and the total pages), the number  of	 marks
		 (ant  the  total  marks), the sorted type, the	pattern	string
		 for file search.

       3	 The path line.	 It  displays  the  fullpath  of  the  current
		 directory.   In  the  archive browser screen, it displays the
		 fullpath of the archive file and the current path in the  ar-
		 chive.

       2 (optional)
		 The  file  size information line.  It displays	the total size
		 of the	marked files in	the directory (and the total  size  of
		 all  files), the total	capacity and the free size of the file
		 system	including the current directory.  This line appears by
		 SIZEINFO  the	internal  variable setting.  When this line is
		 displayed, The	information line and the path  line  are  dis-
		 played	1 line under each.

       bottom -	2
		 The stack line.  It displays files temporarily	which you push
		 in stack, when	arranging files.

       bottom -	1
		 The function line.  It	displays the  operations  of  function
		 keys.

       bottom	 The  status  line.  It	displays the status of the file	on the
		 cursor	position.  It also displays warning messages when com-
		 mand is executed with some troubles.

   Internal Commands
       You  can	use the	following internal commands on fd.  While any user can
       change the key binding for these	 internal  commands,  here  shows  the
       default	key  binding.  The identifier is used when it is executed from
       the command line	of EXECUTE_SH command, and when	the user  defines  the
       key binding.

       Identifier	   Command			 Key

       CUR_UP		   Move	a cursor up		 Up
       CUR_DOWN		   Move	a cursor down		 Down
       CUR_RIGHT	   Move	a cursor right		 Right
       CUR_LEFT		   Move	a cursor left		 Left
       ROLL_UP		   Turn	ahead to the next page	 PageDown
       ROLL_DOWN	   Turn	back to	the prev. page	 PageUp
       CUR_TOP		   Move	a cursor top		 Beg(<)
       CUR_BOTTOM	   Move	a cursor bottom		 Eol(>)
       FNAME_RIGHT	   Shift right a filename	 (
       FNAME_LEFT	   Shift left a	filename	 )
       ONE_COLUMN	   Change layout into 1	column	 1
       TWO_COLUMNS	   Change layout into 2	columns	 2
       THREE_COLUMNS	   Change layout into 3	columns	 3
       FIVE_COLUMNS	   Change layout into 5	columns	 5
       MARK_FILE	   Mark	a file			 Tab
       MARK_FILE2	   Mark	and move down		 Space
       MARK_FILE3	   Mark	and move in a page	 ^Space(^@)
       MARK_ALL		   Mark	all files		 Home(+)
       MARK_REVERSE	   Mark	all files reversely	 End(-)
       MARK_FIND	   Mark	the matched files	 *
       IN_DIR		   Change to a sub directory	 Return
       OUT_DIR		   Change to a parent directory	 Bs
       LOG_TOP		   Change to a root directory	 \
       REREAD_DIR	   Reread the current directory	 ^L
       PUSH_FILE	   Push	a file to the stack	 Del(])
       POP_FILE		   Pop a file from the stack	 Ins([)
       LOG_DIR		   Change to a logical directory F1(l)
       EXECUTE_FILE	   Execute a file		 F2(x)
       COPY_FILE	   Copy	a file			 F3(c)
       DELETE_FILE	   Delete a file		 F4(d)
       RENAME_FILE	   Rename a file		 F5(r)
       SORT_DIR		   Sort	the current directory	 F6(s)
       FIND_FILE	   Find	files			 F7(f)
       TREE_DIR		   Display the tree screen	 F8(t)
       EDIT_FILE	   Edit	a file			 F9(e)
       UNPACK_FILE	   Unpack a file		 F10(u)
       ATTR_FILE	   Change a file attribute	 F11(a)
       INFO_FILESYS	   Display a file system info.	 F12(i)
       MOVE_FILE	   Move	a file			 F13(m)
       DELETE_DIR	   Delete a directory		 F14(D)
       MAKE_DIR		   Make	a directory		 F15(k)
       EXECUTE_SH	   Execute a child process	 F16(h)
       WRITE_DIR	   Write a displayed directory	 F17(w)
       BACKUP_TAPE	   Backup into a tape		 F18(b)
       VIEW_FILE	   View	a file			 F19(v)
       PACK_FILE	   Pack	a file			 F20(p)
       LOG_TREE		   Change directory with tree	 L
       COPY_TREE	   Copy	a file with tree	 C
       MOVE_TREE	   Move	a file with tree	 M
       UNPACK_TREE	   Unpack a file with tree	 U
       FIND_DIR		   Find	a file recursively	 F
       ATTR_DIR		   Change attributes recursively A
       SYMLINK_MODE	   Switch the symbolic link mode S
       FILETYPE_MODE	   Switch the file type	symbol	 T
       DOTFILE_MODE	   Switch the dot file display	 H
       FILEFLG_MODE	   Switch the file flag	display	 O
       LAUNCH_FILE	   Invoke the launcher		 Return
       SEARCH_FORW	   Search forward a file	 ^S
       SEARCH_BACK	   Search backward a file	 ^R
       SPLIT_WINDOW	   Split into the windows	 /
       NEXT_WINDOW	   Change to the next window	 ^
       WIDEN_WINDOW	   Widen the current window	 W
       NARROW_WINDOW	   Narrow the current window	 N
       KILL_WINDOW	   Kill	the current window	 K
       EDIT_CONFIG	   Invoke the customizer	 E
       HELP_MESSAGE	   Display a help screen	 ?
       QUIT_SYSTEM	   Quit	from fd			 Esc(q)

       WARNING_BELL	   Bell	for warning
       NO_OPERATION	   Do nothing

       The  last 2 internal commands are used when you want change the default
       key binding to cancel.

   Internal Commands Description
       The detail of each internal command is the  following.	Internal  com-
       mands with similar function are described together.

	  Move cursor
	       Move a cursor.

	  Turn page
	       Turn  to	 the previous/next page, when files are	not completely
	       held in a screen.  Also if you try to move out of the page with
	       Cursor move, the	page will be turned.

	  Move to the top/bottom
	       Move  a	cursor	to  the	top/bottom of the file list.  When the
	       list is not held	in a screen, the page is turned.

	  Shift	filename
	       Shift the displayed string of filename on the cursor  position,
	       when the	filename is longer than	the prepared column width.  It
	       is displayed as shifted to right/left by	1 character.  The dis-
	       play of the status line is also shifted simultaneously.

	  Change layout
	       Change  the  number of columns into each	value.	There are usu-
	       ally 2 columns per screen.  As the column  width	 per  file  is
	       changed	according  to  the  number  of	columns, the displayed
	       information is also changed.

	  Mark file
	       Mark the	file on	the cursor  position.	You  cannot  mark  any
	       directory.   [Space]  marks  and	moves down a cursor.  [^Space]
	       also marks and moves down a cursor, but doesn't turn the	 page.
	       [Home]	marks  all  the	 files,	 [End]	marks  all  the	 files
	       reversely.  [*] additionally marks the file which  matches  the
	       wildcard.  You must input the wildcard string whenever you push
	       [*].

	       Marked files are	used as	the target  of	ATTR_FILE,  COPY_FILE,
	       DELETE_FILE,  MOVE_FILE,	 UNPACK_FILE and the user defined com-
	       mand macros.

	  Change directory
	       [Return]	changes	the current directory to the directory on  the
	       cursor position.	 If you	want to	change it to the parent	direc-
	       tory, you should	move a cursor to the file  of  ".."  and  push
	       [Return],  or simply push [Bs].	[\] changes the	current	direc-
	       tory to the root	directory.

	  Push/pop file	stack
	       [Del] pushes the	file on	the cursor position to the file	stack,
	       and  temporarily	 deletes  the  file from the file list screen.
	       You can push files to the file stack up to 5 files.

	       [Ins] pops the file from	the file stack and insert  it  on  the
	       cursor  position.   The	last pushed file is popped first.  But
	       this order is expediently displayed in fd, and it is  reset  by
	       Directory move.

	  Redraw screen
	       Redraw the file list screen by rereading	the information	of the
	       current directory.   It	is  useful  when  some	other  process
	       add/delete files, or when something break the screen display.

	       Moreover,  when	you  use the terminal which doesn't raise SIG-
	       WINCH signal at changing	the screen size	(like kterm(1) on  HP-
	       UX  etc.),  you	must intentionally redraw after	you change the
	       screen size.

	  Change logical directory (Logdir)
	       Change the current directory to the  inputted  pathname.	  When
	       you  input the pathname which starts with '/', it means not the
	       relative	move but the absolute move.

	       When you	input the pathname ".",	the pathname  of  the  current
	       directory  is  adjusted	into absolute expression.  Except this
	       case, the current directory always  is  shown  as  the  virtual
	       pathname,  by  reason  of a link	and so on.  When you input the
	       pathname	"?", you can move to the current directory when	fd was
	       invoked.	  When you input the pathname "-", you can move	to the
	       last visited directory.

	       Moreover, When you input	the pathname "@" in floppy drive,  you
	       can  move  to  the  directory  on  UNIX	file system, where you
	       existed before moving to	floppy drive.  (UNIX)

	       (Note: This command is called as	"Loddsk" in the	original FD on
	       MS-DOS,	which  is short	for "LOGical DiSK drive".  This	"logi-
	       cal" means the drive name prefixed to pathnames,	and it is vir-
	       tually  named  against  "physical  disk drive".	On UNIX, since
	       "logical	disk drive" never means	pathname nor  directory,  this
	       command	name  "Change logical directory" is not	suitable.  But
	       this name is expediently	inherited from the original version.)

	  Execute file (eXec)
	       Execute the file	on the cursor position with  some  parameters,
	       as  the	child  process.	  The  cursor position in command line
	       exists after the	filename in case of the	executable  file,  and
	       before the filename except it.  You should fill suitable	param-
	       eters or	command	name in	each case.  The	 up/down  cursor  keys
	       can provide the command history which you executed before.

	       On  MS-DOS  version,  the LFN form filename in the command line
	       which is	quoted with the	 quotation  mark  "  is	 automatically
	       replaced	 into  8+3  form  filename  before execution.  In this
	       case, when there	is the filename	described by the string	quoted
	       with  ",	 this string is	always replaced	into 8+3 form filename
	       after deleting ", otherwise it is never replaced	including ".

	  Copy file (Copy)
	       Copy the	file on	the cursor position to	the  specified	direc-
	       tory.  When the cursor position indicates a directory, its con-
	       tents are copied	recursively.  When some	files are marked,  the
	       target  is  not	the file on the	cursor position	but the	marked
	       files.

	       When the	same named file	exists in  the	destination,  you  can
	       select  the  operation  from  the  following: "Update (by time-
	       stamp)",	  "Rename   (each    copied    file)",	  "Overwrite",
	       "Not_copy_the_same_name",  "Forward".  If you select "Forward",
	       you should specify the directory	as the destination to forward.
	       All  files which	have the same names are	moved to the specified
	       directory.

	  Delete file (Delete)
	       Delete the file on the cursor position.	No  directory  can  be
	       deleted.	  When	some  files  are marked, the target is not the
	       file on the cursor position but the marked files.

	       When you	don't have write permission on the file, you are  con-
	       firmed for security.

	  Rename file (Rename)
	       Rename  the  file on the	cursor position.  You cannot rename to
	       the same	name as	any existent file.  When you specify the path-
	       name  with  some	directory name,	it is also moved to the	direc-
	       tory.

	  Sort file (Sort)
	       Sort files in the current directory.  You can select the	sorted
	       type  from  the	following:  "fileName",	 "Extension",  "Size",
	       "Timestamp", "Length (of	filename)", and	specify	"Up (incremen-
	       tal  order)"  or	 "Down	(decremental order)".  When the	sorted
	       type before sorting is the one except "No chg (not sort)",  the
	       choice  will  include  "No  chg".   When	you sort after sorting
	       another sorted type, the	previous sorted	 result	 is  based  in
	       sorting.	  This	sorting	 has a priority	except specified type,
	       the directory is	always precedes	any file, except for the  case
	       of  "No	chg".	In case	of "Length", files which have the same
	       filename	length are sorted in order of their names.

	       But this	sorting	is expediently displayed  in  fd,  and	it  is
	       reset by	Directory move.

	  Find file (Find)
	       Find  the  files	 matching the wildcard,	and display only them.
	       The filename which starts with '.'  doesn't match the  wildcard
	       which  starts with '*' nor '?'.	If you want to cancel the File
	       find, you should	move the current directory,  or	 do  FIND_FILE
	       again and input a null line.

	       When  the current directory has the files which have the	exten-
	       sion registered to  associate  with  an	archive	 browser,  the
	       string  which  starts with '/' is used to find not the filename
	       but the filename	in archive files, and only the	archive	 files
	       which  contain  matched	files are displayed.  This function is
	       available in the	archive	browser.

	       After Find file,	you can	not do WRITE_DIR.

	  Display tree screen (Tree)
	       Display the directory tree based	on the current directory.  You
	       can  select  the	directory in the tree screen, to move the cur-
	       rent directory.

	  Edit file (Editor)
	       Edit the	file on	the  cursor  position.	 The  editor  is  used
	       referring EDITOR	the internal variable, or referring EDITOR the
	       environment variable when the internal variable is undefined.

	  Unpack file (Unpack)
	       Unpack the archive file on the cursor position into the	speci-
	       fied  directory.	 In builtin configuration, you can unpack only
	       the tar file and	its compressed file  and  the  LHa  compressed
	       file.   You can describe	configurations in the initial configu-
	       ration file to support archivers	except these.

	  Change attribute (Attr)
	       Change the file access mode, the	timestamp and the  owner/group
	       of  the	file  on  the  cursor  position.   When	some files are
	       marked, the target is not the file on the cursor	 position  but
	       the marked files.  In case of the marked	files, you must	select
	       the mode, the timestamp or the owner/group, before changing  it
	       all together.

	       When you	input the mode,	cursor keys move a cursor to the posi-
	       tion you	want to	change,	[Space]	reverses the attribute on  the
	       position.   You	should notice that the attribute of the	execu-
	       tion bit	is not a binary	toggle	but  a	triple	toggle,	 which
	       includes	 setuid	 bit,  setgid bit and sticky bit respectively.
	       If the target is	the marked files, [m](Mask) will mask a	bit on
	       the cursor position with	'*', to	keep the value of the original
	       file attribute.	When you input the timestamp, you move a  cur-
	       sor  to	the  position  you want	to change, and input a numeric
	       value.  When you	input the owner/group, you move	 a  cursor  to
	       the position for	each name, and input a name or a ID value with
	       [Space].	 You can use the completion for	 a  user  name	and  a
	       group  name to input each name.	Finally, [Return] executes the
	       change.	You can	cancel with [Esc].  Be careful that the	 limit
	       check of	date is	not perfect.

	       Moreover,   [a](Attr),  [d](Date),  [t](Time),  [o](Owner)  and
	       [g](Group) move a cursor	to the each beginning of input line.

	       On the OS which has the attribute of file flags,	you can	change
	       the  file  flags	 as well as the	mode.  In this case, [f](Flag)
	       move a cursor to	the beginning of input	line  of  file	flags.
	       But  the	 value	of flags which you can change is based on your
	       permission.

	  File system information (Info)
	       Display the information of the specified	file system.  When the
	       inputted	 pathname  is  not  the	special	file which indicates a
	       file system, the	information of the file	system	including  the
	       pathname	is displayed.

	  Move file (Move)
	       Move  the  file	on the cursor position to the specified	direc-
	       tory.  When the cursor  position	 indicates  a  directory,  the
	       directory  itself  is  moved.   When some files are marked, the
	       target is not the file on the cursor position  but  the	marked
	       files.

	       When  the  same	named  file exists in the destination, you can
	       select the operation as well as COPY_FILE.  When	 the  destina-
	       tion  belongs to	the different file system, copy	and delete are
	       just executed continuously.

	  Delete directory (rmDir)
	       Delete the directory on the cursor position recursively.	  When
	       the  directory in a symbolic link, only the link	is deleted and
	       the linked directory has	no effect.

	  Make directory (mKdir)
	       Make the	sub directory on  the  current	directory.   When  the
	       inputted	 sub directory string includes '/', which is the path-
	       name delimiter, it goes on making directory  recursively	 until
	       the directory described by the string is	finally	created.

	       When  you  input	the pathname which starts with '/', the	direc-
	       tory is made not	on the current directory but on	 the  absolute
	       path described.

	  Execute child	process	(sHell)
	       Execute	the  inputted  command string as the child process, by
	       handling	the internal shell.  You can refer the command history
	       and  use	 automatic  LFN	 replacement, as well as EXECUTE_FILE.
	       When you	push only [Return] without any input, the  user	 shell
	       which  is described by SHELL the	internal variable or the envi-
	       ronment variable	is invoked.  In	this case,  you	 should	 input
	       "exit"  to  return to fd.  When the value of SHELL is fdsh, the
	       internal	shell is executed as the interactive shell.

	       However,	when there is the same command name as a builtin  com-
	       mand or a internal command, the builtin command or the internal
	       command are executed instead of the external command.  You  can
	       refer  the  clause of `Builtin Commands'	for the	details	of the
	       builtin command.

	  Write	directory (Write)
	       Write the displayed directory.  The gap between	files  on  the
	       directory  entry	is filled.  When it is executed	after arranged
	       by PUSH_FILE, POP_FILE and SORT_DIR, the	result is written.

	       When the	displayed directory doesn't belong  to	the  hierarchy
	       under  your  home  directory,  you  are	confirmed for security
	       whether if any other user doesn't use the directory.  Since  it
	       is  insecure,  you  cannot  write the NFS mounted directory and
	       some special directories.

	       If you execute the internal command  which  arranges  the  file
	       order,  and then	try to execute the internal command which will
	       break that order, you will be confirmed whether	if  you	 write
	       the  directory or not, just before the internal command is exe-
	       cuted.  For this	function, you can write	the directory  without
	       intentionally executing this Directory write command.  But when
	       the displayed directory is not under your home directory,  this
	       confirmation is not done.

	  Backup tape (Backup)
	       Backup the file on the cursor position into the specified stor-
	       age device.  When the cursor position  indicates	 a  directory,
	       all  of	its contents is	backuped.  When	some files are marked,
	       the target is not the file  on  the  cursor  position  but  the
	       marked files.

	       Tar(1)  is  used	 for  backup.	When  you specify the filename
	       except special files indicates devices as input of  the	device
	       name, the archive file is created with that filename.

	  View file (View)
	       View the	file on	the cursor position.  The pager	is used	refer-
	       ring PAGER the internal variable, or referring PAGER the	 envi-
	       ronment variable	when the internal variable is undefined.

	  Pack file (Pack)
	       Pack the	file on	the cursor position into the specified archive
	       file.  When the cursor position indicates a directory,  all  of
	       its  contents is	packed into the	archive	file.  When some files
	       are marked, the target is not the file on the  cursor  position
	       but the marked files.

	       According  to  the  extension of	the inputted archive file, the
	       associated archiver is automatically selected.  In builtin con-
	       figuration,  you	 can pack only the tar file and	its compressed
	       file and	the LHa	compressed file.  You can describe  configura-
	       tions  in  the  initial configuration file to support archivers
	       except these.

	       When you	use tar(1), you	may sometimes be unable	to pack	a  lot
	       of files	at once, because of the	maximum	parameter length which
	       can be given at once.  In those case, you can  create  the  ar-
	       chive file with BACKUP_TAPE.

	  Operations with tree
	       [L], [C], [M] and [U] can make you select the pathname from the
	       directory tree instead of the string input.  They  execute  the
	       internal	 command  equivalent  to LOG_DIR, COPY_FILE, MOVE_FILE
	       and UNPACK_FILE,	respectively.

	  Find file recursively
	       Find the	file matching the wildcard recursively under the  cur-
	       rent  directory,	 and  move  the	directory where	the found file
	       exists.	When the cursor	position  indicates  a	directory,  it
	       find  the  file	under  the  directory  on  the cursor position
	       instead of the current directory.

	       You will	be confirmed for each matching	file  whether  if  you
	       move  or	not, and you can select	[n](No)	unless the target file
	       is displayed.

	  Change attributes recursively
	       Change attributes the directory on the cursor  position	revur-
	       sively.	 As  well  as changing attributes of the marked	files,
	       you must	select the mode, the  timestamp	 or  the  owner/group,
	       before changing it all together with each file under the	direc-
	       tory.

	       When you	input the mode,	you should notice that	the  attribute
	       of the execution	bit is not a triple toggle but a 5-states tog-
	       gle, which includes 'X' and '!'.	 'X'  means  setting  the  bit
	       only  if	 the  object is	a directory or some execution bits are
	       set.  '!'  also means unsetting the bit only if the object is a
	       directory  or some execution bits are set.  [m](Mask) will mask
	       a bit on	the cursor position with '*', to keep the value	of the
	       original	file attribute.

	  Invoke launcher
	       [Return]	 executes  the operation according to the extension of
	       the file	on the cursor position,	 unless	 the  cursor  position
	       indicates  a  directory.	 In builtin configuration, the archive
	       browser is registered with the tar file and its compressed file
	       and  the	 LHa compressed	file.  You can describe	configurations
	       in the initial configuration file to register launchers	except
	       these.

	       When  the  file	on  the	 cursor	 position has the unregistered
	       extension, it will behave as same as VIEW_FILE.	In the archive
	       browser,	 the registered	launcher is available, so that you can
	       invoke the archive browser recursively.

	  Switch symbolic link mode
	       In case of the symbolic link file, the  file  information  dis-
	       played  in  the	file  column and the status line shows not the
	       status of its referential file  but  the	 status	 of  the  link
	       itself.	 It  switches  to  show	 the status of the referential
	       file.  (UNIX)

	       In the mode of showing the  status  of  the  referential	 file,
	       'S'(Symbolic Link) is displayed on the left end of the function
	       line.

	  Switch file type symbol mode
	       Switch to display the symbol which means	the  file  type	 after
	       the filename in the file	list, like as the display in -F	option
	       of ls(1).  It is	toggle to switch if display the	symbol or not.
	       The each	symbol means the following.
		    /	 directory
		    @	 symbolic link
		    *	 executable file
		    =	 socket
		    |	 FIFO

		    (MS-DOS version and	the floppy drive)
		    /	 directory
		    *	 executable file
		    =	 system	file
		    |	 label

	       In  the	mode  of displaying the	file type symbol, 'T'(Type) is
	       displayed on the	left end of the	function line.

	  Switch dot file display mode
	       Switch not to display the file whose filename starts  with  '.'
	       in  the	file  list.  It	is toggle to switch if display the dot
	       file or not.

	       In the mode of not displaying the dot file, 'H'(Hidden) is dis-
	       played on the left end of the function line.

	  Switch file flag display mode
	       Switch  to  display  the	 file  flag,  which exists in some OS,
	       instead of the file mode	on each	file.  It is toggle to	switch
	       if  display the file flag or the	file mode.  This is not	avail-
	       able on any OS without the file flag.  The  each	 symbol	 means
	       the following respectively.  (UNIX)
		    A	 Archived
		    N	 Nodump
		    a	 system	Append-only
		    c	 system	unChangeable (immutable)
		    u	 system	Undeletable
		    a	 user Append-only
		    c	 user unChangeable (immutable)
		    u	 user Undeletable

	       In  the	mode  of  displaying the file flag, 'F'(Flags) is dis-
	       played on the left end of the function line.

	  Search file
	       Search the current directory incrementally  for	the  filename,
	       with moving a cursor.  When you execute this command, to	switch
	       to the search mode, a prompt appears in the function line.  You
	       can  input  the filename	in this	prompt,	and a cursor will move
	       to the filename matching	the string which is  already  inputted
	       at that present.	 [Esc] switches	to the normal mode.

	  Split	window
	       Split  the current window.  When	you split a window in the nor-
	       mal non-split window mode, it will be the split window mode  in
	       which  the  screen  is split into 2 windows vertically.	In the
	       split window mode, you can operate works	individually  on  each
	       window.	 When you split	a window in the	split window mode, the
	       current working window is split into 2 windows vertically.  You
	       can make	split windows up to 5.

	  Change window
	       Change  effective  window to the	next in	the split window mode.
	       When the	current	window is the last, the	first window  will  be
	       effective.  In the non-split window mode, it is ineffective.

	  Widen	window
	       Widen the current window	size in	the split window mode, to nar-
	       row the next window size.  When the current window is the last,
	       the  first window size will be narrowed.	 In the	non-split win-
	       dow mode, it is ineffective.

	  Narrow window
	       Narrow the current window size in the  split  window  mode,  to
	       widen  the  next	 window	 size.	When the current window	is the
	       last, the first window size will	be widened.  In	the  non-split
	       window mode, it is ineffective.

	  Kill window
	       Kill the	current	window in the split window mode, to join it to
	       the previous window.  When the current window is	the first,  it
	       will  be	 joined	 to  the last window.  If the result number of
	       windows is one, it will be the non-split	window mode.   In  the
	       non-split window	mode, it is ineffective.

	  Invoke customizer
	       Invoke  the customizer which interactively changes the configu-
	       rations to be set up by the internal variable and  the  builtin
	       command.	  While	 the  configurations  which  is	set up here is
	       reflected immediately, you must intentionally  save  configura-
	       tions  in  the customizer if you	want to	reflect	in the initial
	       configuration file.

	  Display help
	       Display the list	of the current key bindings and	their  command
	       descriptions.   When  the  list	is  not	 completely  held in a
	       screen, it prompts for every screen.

	       In case of the circulated executable binary file,  this	screen
	       shows  the  E-mail  address  of	the circulation	manager	in the
	       function	line.  Please contact here when	something will happen.

	  Quit (Quit)
	       Quit from fd.

   Commands
       In EXECUTE_SH and the initial  configuration  file,  you	 can  use  the
       internal	 commands  described  above and	the builtin commands described
       below, as well as the external commands.	 With these commands, a	 pipe-
       line  can consist of one	or more	commands separated by |	or |&.	| con-
       nects the standard output of the	previous command to the	standard input
       of  the	next  command.	 |&  connects both the standard	output and the
       standard	error output of	the previous command to	the standard input  of
       the  next command.  The exit status of a	pipeline is the	exit status of
       the last	command.  You can start	a pipeline with	!, then	the exit  sta-
       tus  of	a  pipeline  will be the logical NOT of	the exit status	of the
       last command.  Moreover,	a command list can  consist  of	 one  or  more
       pipelines  separated  by	 ;,  &,	&|, &&,	||.  This command list can end
       with ;, & or &|.	 These separators mean the following.
	  ;    Execute commands	sequentially.
	  &    Execute commands	synchronously, not waiting for	the  preceding
	       pipeline	to finish.  (UNIX)
	  &|   Same as &, except to immediately	disown the job.	 (UNIX)
	  &&   Execute	the  following pipeline	only if	the preceding pipeline
	       returns a 0 exit	status.
	  ||   Execute the following pipeline only if the  preceding  pipeline
	       returns a non-0 exit status.
       In these	command	lists, a newline means as same as ;.

       The  input/output of each command in the	command	list can be redirected
       with the	following redirectees.	These redirectees can be placed	on any
       position	in the command string.
	  n<file    Redirect the input indicated by the	file descriptor	n into
		    the	input from file.  If n is omitted, it is  regarded  as
		    the	standard input is specified.
	  n>file    Redirect  the  output  indicated  by the file descriptor n
		    into the output to file.  If n is omitted, it is  regarded
		    as	the  standard  output  is  specified.  If file doesn't
		    exist it is	created, otherwise it is truncated to 0	length
		    before output.
	  n>|file   Same  as  >,  except  to force to overwrite	existent files
		    even if -C option is set by	set the	builtin	command.
	  n>>file   Redirect the output	indicated by  the  file	 descriptor  n
		    into  the output to	file.  If n is omitted,	it is regarded
		    as the standard output  is	specified.   If	 file  doesn't
		    exist it is	created, otherwise output is appended to it.
	  n1<&n2    Redirect  the  input  indicated  by	the file descriptor n1
		    into the input indicated by	the file descriptor n2.	 If n1
		    is omitted,	it is regarded as the standard input is	speci-
		    fied.
	  n1>&n2    Redirect the output	indicated by the  file	descriptor  n1
		    into  the  output indicated	by the file descriptor n2.  If
		    n1 is omitted, it is regarded as the  standard  output  is
		    specified.
	  &>file    Redirect  both  the	standard output	and the	standard error
		    output into	the output to file.  If	file doesn't exist  it
		    is	created,  otherwise it is truncated to 0 length	before
		    output.
	  &>|file   Same as &>,	except to force	to  overwrite  existent	 files
		    even if -C option is set by	set the	builtin	command.
	  &>>file   Redirect  both  the	standard output	and the	standard error
		    output into	the output to file.  If	file doesn't exist  it
		    is created,	otherwise output is appended to	it.
	  n<>file   Redirect  both  the	 input/output  indicated  by  the file
		    descriptor n into the input/output from/to file.  If n  is
		    omitted,  it  is  regarded as the standard input is	speci-
		    fied.
	  n><file   Redirect both  the	input/output  indicated	 by  the  file
		    descriptor	n into the input/output	from/to	file.  If n is
		    omitted, it	is regarded as the standard output  is	speci-
		    fied.
	  n1<>&n2   Redirect  both  the	 input/output  indicated  by  the file
		    descriptor n1 into the input/output	indicated by the  file
		    descriptor	n2.   If  n1 is	omitted, it is regarded	as the
		    standard input is specified.
	  n1><&n2   Redirect both  the	input/output  indicated	 by  the  file
		    descriptor	n1 into	the input/output indicated by the file
		    descriptor n2.  If n1 is omitted, it is  regarded  as  the
		    standard output is specified.
	  n<-
	  n<&-	    Close  the input indicated by the file descriptor n.  If n
		    is omitted,	it is regarded as the standard input is	speci-
		    fied.
	  n>-
	  n>&-	    Close the output indicated by the file descriptor n.  If n
		    is omitted,	it is regarded as the standard output is spec-
		    ified.
	  n<>-
	  n<>&-	    Close both the input/output	indicated by the file descrip-
		    tor	n.  If n is omitted, it	is regarded  as	 the  standard
		    input is specified.
	  n><-
	  n><&-	    Close both the input/output	indicated by the file descrip-
		    tor	n.  If n is omitted, it	is regarded  as	 the  standard
		    output is specified.
	  n<<[-]word
		    Redirect the input indicated by the	file descriptor	n into
		    the	input which is read up to a  input  line  as  same  as
		    word,  or  to  an  end  of	file.	If any part of word is
		    quoted, no input line is evaluated.	 Otherwise, each input
		    line  is evaluated to expand variables or replace strings.
		    When you specify -,	all tabs on  the  beginning  of	 input
		    lines  is stripped to be send to a command.	 If n is omit-
		    ted, it is regarded	as the standard	input is specified.

       When you	specify	the file with each  redirect,  you  can	 describe  the
       filename	 as  `scheme://host:port' form to open the following TCP sock-
       ets, according to the string of scheme.	The authentication of your  OS
       will restrict specifying	the accepting port.  (UNIX)
	  connect://host:port
		    This  socket  is connected to the remote host specified by
		    host with the TCP port number specified by port.
	  accept://[host][:port]
		    This socket	is accepted to the  local  host	 specified  by
		    host  with the TCP port number specified by	port.  If host
		    is omitted,	this socket will be accepted to	any host.   If
		    port  is  omitted, the port	within the range determined by
		    the	OS is used.
	  bind://[host][:port]
		    This socket	is bound to the	local host specified  by  host
		    with  the  TCP  port  number  specified by port, preparing
		    accept the builtin command.	  If  host  is	omitted,  this
		    socket  will be accepted to	any host.  If port is omitted,
		    the	port within the	range determined by the	OS is used.

       On each command line, the string	from '#' to the	end of line and	a null
       line  are ignored.  When	the line ends with '\',	it is referred as con-
       tinuing into the	next line, so that you can  split  a  long  line  with
       this.

   Builtin Commands
       Fd  has	the following builtin commands.	 These builtin commands	can be
       used in EXECUTE_SH and the initial configuration	file.

       if list then [elif list then list] ... [else list] fi
		     The list of if clause and elif clauses  are  executed  in
		     order,  and  if each exit status is a 0, then the list of
		     then clause associated with it is executed	and  the  elif
		     clauses  after  it	 are ignored.  If no list of if	clause
		     nor elif clauses return a 0, the list of else  clause  is
		     executed.	 If no list of then clauses nor	else clause is
		     executed, then if returns a 0 exit	status.

       while list do list done
		     The list of while	clause	is  executed  repeatedly,  and
		     while its exit status is 0, the list of do	clause is exe-
		     cuted repeatedly.	If the list of do clause is never exe-
		     cuted, then while returns a 0 exit	status.

       until list do list done
		     The  list	of  until  clause  is executed repeatedly, and
		     while its exit status is NOT 0, the list of do clause  is
		     executed  repeatedly.   If	the list of do clause is never
		     executed, then until returns a 0 exit status.

       for NAME	[in value ...] do list done
		     NAME the internal variable	is substituted for  values  of
		     value  one	 by one, and list is executed according	to the
		     each value.  If in	value is omitted, then each positional
		     parameter is substituted one by one.

       case word in [pattern [|	pattern] ... ) list ;;]	... esac
		     The  string  word is compared with	the each pattern, list
		     associated	with the pattern which	first  matches	it  is
		     executed.

       (list)	     Execute list in a sub shell.

       { list; }     Execute list in the current shell.

       NAME=[value] [com ...]
		     Define a internal variable	which is available only	in fd.
		     It	substitutes the	value  (string)	 value	for  NAME  the
		     internal  variable.   When	 you  describe the command com
		     after the definition of a variable, com  is  executed  on
		     the state where this variable is regarded as the environ-
		     ment variable.  In	this case, the definition of  NAME  is
		     not  remain  as the environment variable nor the internal
		     variable.

		     If	value is omitted, the value of NAME the	internal vari-
		     able  is  defined	as  a null.  If	you want to delete the
		     definition	of a internal variable,	use unset the  builtin
		     command.

       name() {	list; }
		     Define  a	function  whose	 body  is list,	as the name of
		     name.  The	defined	function can be	used  in  the  command
		     line  of  EXECUTE_SH  and	each  command  macro described
		     below.  You can use the positional	parameter $n  in  each
		     description  of  list,  which indicates the argument when
		     the function is invoked.  $0 is name  itself,  and	 $1-$9
		     indicates each argument.

		     Although  you  cannot omit	{ } and	list, you can omit { }
		     before/after list which consists of a single command.  If
		     you  want	to  delete  the	 definition of a function, use
		     unset the builtin command.

       !num	     Execute the command which has the history	number	speci-
		     fied  with	 the  numeric value num.  When num is negative
		     value, it executes	the command which has the history num-
		     ber as the	current	history	number minus num.

       !!	     Execute the previous command.  This is synonym for	!-1.

       !str	     Execute  the command history which	starts with the	string
		     str.

       : [arg ...]   No	effect.	 But it	evaluates arg and  performs  redirect-
		     ion.

       . file
       source file   Read  and	evaluate commands from file.  File must	exists
		     on	the directory which PATH  includes,  or	 be  described
		     with pathname.  The each line format is based on the for-
		     mat of EXECUTE_SH.	 You can describe this in the file  as
		     nesting.

       accept [fd]   Accept  the connection with the file descriptor indicated
		     by	fd, and	the connected socket will be assign to	fd  of
		     the same file descriptor.	At the same time, the accepted
		     socket will be closed.  When fd is	not the	redirection as
		     the  form	of  bind://,  this command will	be failed.  In
		     comparison	with the redirection as	the form of accept://,
		     the  shell	 can receive controls before establishing con-
		     nection to	negotiate the TCP port number with the	remote
		     host in advance.  (UNIX)

		     If	 fd  is	 omitted, the connection will be accepted with
		     the standard input.

       addcr [-1] [file]
		     Output the	string read from the file specified  by	 file,
		     line  by  line.  The newline of each line is unified into
		     CR-NL (\r\n).  It is useful to pipe the  output  to  some
		     socket.

		     If	 file is omitted, it is	regarded as the	standard input
		     is	specified.  If -1 is specified,	it will	output just  1
		     line and exit.

       alias [name[=com]]
		     Define  a	alias  whose body is com, as the name of name.
		     The defined alias can be used in the command line of EXE-
		     CUTE_SH  and  each	 command  macro	 described below.  The
		     alias substitution	is performed recursively.

		     If	com is omitted,	the alias of name  is  displayed.   If
		     both com and name are omitted, all	the current alias def-
		     inition list is displayed.

       arch ext	[pack unpack]
		     Register the archiver command associated with the archive
		     file  which  has  ext the extension.  The pack command is
		     specified as pack,	and the	unpack command is specified as
		     unpack,  using  the  macro	 representation	quoted with ".
		     When ext starts with /, uppercase/lowercase is ignored in
		     the comparison of any extension.

		     If	both pack and unpack are omitted, the archiver command
		     registration for ext the extension	is deleted.

       bg [job]	     Continue the execution of the job specified with  job  in
		     the  background.	The  following	format is available to
		     specify a job.  (UNIX)
			   %
			   %+	the current job
			   %-	the previous job
			   %n	the job	with job number	n
			   %str	the job	whose command line starts with str
		     But, you must describe these % in	the  command  line  of
		     EXECUTE_SH	 as the	duplicated expression, such as %%, for
		     the reason	of  the	 parameter  macro  function  described
		     below.

		     If	 job  is  omitted, the current job is continued	in the
		     background.

       bind c [com1 [com2] [:comment]]
		     Bind the command com1 to the key c.   When	 you  want  to
		     specify  a	control	character for c, you can prefix	^ into
		     2 characters, such	as ^A.	When you  want	to  specify  a
		     character	with  the  META	 key (or the ALT key on	MS-DOS
		     version), you can prefix @	into 2 characters, such	as @a.
		     When  you	want  to  specify a function key and a special
		     key, you can use each identifier described	in keymap com-
		     mand  after, such as F10.	Or you can describe the	escape
		     sequence, such as \n and \e, and  the  octal  expression,
		     such as \ooo.

		     In	 case  of  binding the internal	command	of fd, you can
		     the command identifier as it is.  When you	want to	define
		     the  internal  command  with some arguments or define the
		     command in	the macro representation, you should  describe
		     the  string  quoted with ".  If com2 is not omitted, com2
		     is	executed when the cursor position indicates  a	direc-
		     tory.   When  the key c is	the function key of F1-F20, if
		     you describe comment prefixed with	: trailing the command
		     description,  you	can  change  the display of associated
		     part in the function line into comment.

		     However, note that, with the key binding for the  control
		     key,  the	configuration in the edit mode described below
		     is	prior to the key binding.

		     If	both com1 and com2 are omitted,	 the  registration  of
		     key binding for the key c is deleted.

       break [n]     Exit  from	 the loop, it is used in the for statement and
		     so	on.  If	n is specified,	it breaks n  levels  from  the
		     loop.

       browse [-@ file]
       browse com [-ftbie arg] [-p com2] [-dn {noprep,loop}] ...
		     Execute  com  the command,	and invoke the archive browser
		     who receives its output.  You should the macro  represen-
		     tation  quoted  with  "  as  com.	 -f, -t, -b, -i	and -e
		     options are the same as the one for  launch  the  builtin
		     command.	In  case that multiple coms are	specified, the
		     next com the command is executed one after	 another  when
		     you  select  each	files  in the archive browser, and the
		     formats and patterns described after each com the command
		     are adopted.  In order to return to the previous level of
		     archive browser, you should select	the file named	as  ..
		     or	 push  the  key	 [Bs].	Or you can use QUIT_SYSTEM the
		     command to	 escape	 from  all  of	the  archive  browsers
		     invoked  by  browse.  You must describe -f	option,	except
		     for the last com the command.  When the last com  has  no
		     -f	 option, the command has been just executed instead of
		     invoking an archive browser, and then will	return to  the
		     previous archive browser when it is done.

		     When  you	specify	 -p  option, the execution of com2 the
		     command precedes the execution of the next	com  the  com-
		     mand  when	 you  select a file.  While com	is executed in
		     the sub shell for a pipeline, com2	 is  executed  in  the
		     current shell to inherit the values of internal variables
		     set in this command after com2 has	been done.  The	 file-
		     names  which  is  selected	 toward	 this level of archive
		     browser are held in positional  parameters	 sequentially,
		     and  the  last  selected  filename	 is held in $1.	 These
		     parameters	will be	newly set whenever you select a	 file,
		     so	 that  they  are  reset	 in  sequential	order when you
		     select the	next file even if you replace them with	set or
		     shift  the	 builtin command.  -d and -n options specify a
		     control if	the  selected  file  is	 a  directory  or  not
		     respectively.  When you specify noprep, com2 specified by
		     -p	option is not executed.	 When you  specify  loop,  you
		     don't  step the next com the command but the same com the
		     command again.

		     And when you think	troublesome to describe	too many argu-
		     ments  for	browse,	you can	specify	file the file in which
		     some arguments are	described with	-@  option.   You  can
		     describe  -@  option in any place of arguments, the argu-
		     ments described in	file are inserted in the  place	 where
		     -@	is described.  If you specify -	as file, arguments are
		     read from the standard input instead of  the  file.   You
		     should describe arguments in file with spaces or newlines
		     as	separator.  The	null line and the line started with  #
		     will  be  ignored.	  When you describe -@ option in file,
		     the argument file is referred recursively.

       builtin arg ...
		     Execute arg as a simple builtin command.  When  the  same
		     named  function is	defined, the function will not be exe-
		     cuted.

       cd [-LP]	[dir]
       chdir [-LP] [dir]
		     Change the	current	directory in fd	to  dir.   If  dir  is
		     omitted,  it moves	to the directory indicated by HOME the
		     internal variable.	 If you	specify	the pathname  as  ".",
		     "?", "-", "@", it behaves like as LOG_DIR.

		     If	 -L  is	specified, the logical pathname	following sym-
		     bolic links is used.  If -P is  specified,	 the  physical
		     pathname following	no symbolic links is used.  Otherwise,
		     the physical option for set the builtin command is	effec-
		     tive.

       checkid [file ...]
		     Calculate the unique ID of	the specified file and display
		     it, according to the MD5 algorithm	in RFC1321.  When  you
		     specify  multiple	files,	the IDs	of all specified files
		     are calculated and	displayed.  When you specify  nothing,
		     the ID of running fd itself is displayed.

		     Since  this  algorithm  is	guaranteed to be secure, it is
		     available to confirm the identity of files.

       cls	     Clear the screen.

       command [-p | -v	| -V] arg ...
		     Execute arg as a simple command.	When  the  same	 named
		     function  is  defined, the	function will not be executed.
		     If	-p is specified, the default value of PATH is used  to
		     search  the  path.	 If -v is specified, the absolute path
		     for arg is	displayed instead of executing arg.   In  this
		     case, arg the builtin command will	cause simply its name.
		     If	-V is specified, verbose description for arg  is  dis-
		     played as same as type.

       continue	n    Resume  the next iteration	in the loop, it	is used	in the
		     for statement and so on.  If n is specified,  it  resumes
		     the  next	iteration  in the loop n - 1 levels out	of the
		     loop.

       copy [-ABVY-Y] src [-AB]	[+ src2	[-AB] [+ ...]] [dest [-AB]]
		     Copy the file indicated by	 src  into  the	 file  or  the
		     directory	indicated  by  dest.   When  dest  indicates a
		     directory,	the filename in	the destination	 is  src.   If
		     dest is omitted, it is copied into	the current directory.
		     You can specify multiple source files  by	describing  to
		     separate them with	+, or by using the wildcard.  When you
		     separate them with	+, those files	are  concatenated  and
		     copied.   When  you use the wildcard, they	are copied one
		     by	one in case that the destination is a  directory,  and
		     they  are	concatenated in	case that the destination is a
		     file.

		     When you specify -A, it is	 treated  as  the  ASCII  text
		     file.   When  you specify -B, it is treated as the	binary
		     file.  When you specify -V, it is verified	to copy.  When
		     you  specify  -Y,	it  doesn't  prompts for confirming to
		     overwrite into the	destination.  When you specify --Y, it
		     prompts for confirmation before overwriting into the des-
		     tination.

		     (MS-DOS version requires to use /	instead	 of  -	as  an
		     option prefix for compatibility with COMMAND.COM.)

       del [-P]	file
       erase [-P] file
		     Delete the	files indicated	by file.  You can specify mul-
		     tiple files by using wildcard.

		     When you specify -P, it prompts for  confirmation	before
		     deleting files.

		     (MS-DOS  version  requires	 to  use  / instead of - as an
		     option prefix for compatibility with COMMAND.COM.)

       dir [-[-]PWSBLV4] [-A[DRHSA-]] [-O[NSEDGA-]] [dir]
		     List files	and sub	directories in the directory indicated
		     by	 dir.	If dir is omitted, the information in the cur-
		     rent directory is listed.

		     When you specify -P, it prompts for every	screen.	  When
		     you  specify -W, it is listed in the wide view.  When you
		     specify -A, it  lists  only  the  files  which  have  the
		     attribute indicated by the	trailing character.
			   D  directory	       R  read only file
			   H  hidden file      S  system file
			   A  ready to archive -  except it
		     When  you specify -O, it sorts with the sorted type indi-
		     cated by the trailing character.
			   N  by name	       S  by size
			   E  by extension     D  by date & time
			   G  directory	first  A  by last access time
			   -  reverse order
		     When you specify -S, it lists files in all	 sub  directo-
		     ries.   When  you	specify	 -B, it	displays only names of
		     files and directories.  When you specify -L, it uses low-
		     ercase.  When you specify -V, it lists the	verbose	infor-
		     mation.  When you specify -4, it  displays	 year  with  4
		     digits.   And  you	 can  prefix - to any option letter to
		     override the option.

		     (MS-DOS version requires to use /	instead	 of  -	as  an
		     option prefix for compatibility with COMMAND.COM.)

       dirs	     Display  the  list	of the current directory stack.	 Pushd
		     and popd the builtin command can load/unload  directories
		     onto the directory	stack.

       disown [job]  Remove the	job specified with job from the	shell control.
		     The job to	be disowned cannot be controlled by  jobs,  fg
		     and  bg.  If invoked as a login shell, any	jobs not to be
		     disowned will be forced to	exit when  the	shell  finish.
		     (UNIX)

		     If	 job  is  omitted, the current job is removed from the
		     shell control.

       dtype file    Display the contents of the file indicated	by file.

       echo [-nN] [arg ...]
		     Echo arg to the standard output.  When you	don't  specify
		     -n,  newline is added to output trailing after arg.  When
		     you specify  -N,  the  outputted  newline	becomes	 CR-NL
		     (\r\n).  See echo(1) for details.

       enable [-n] [arg	...]
		     Enable arg	as a builtin command.  When you	specify	-n, it
		     is	disabled.  If arg is omitted, all of  the  enabled  or
		     disabled builtin commands is listed.

       eval [arg ...]
		     Evaluate arg and execute the results.

       evalmacro [arg ...]
		     Evaluate parameter	macros included	in arg and execute the
		     results.	Since  eval  doesn't  evaluate	any  parameter
		     macro, you	should choose them according to	uses.  When in
		     the function, you cannot use any  parameter  macro,  then
		     you need this command to extract parameter	macros.

       exec [com [arg ...]]
		     Execute  com  in  place  of the execution of fd.  You can
		     specify arg as arguments of com.

       exit [n]	     Exit from fd.  When you specify n,	it exits with the exit
		     status n.

       export [NAME[=[value]] ...]
		     Mark  NAME	the internal variable to be inherited to child
		     processes as the environment variable.  Since  then,  the
		     definition	 of NAME can be	referred in any	child process.
		     When you  export  the  undefined  internal	 variable,  it
		     doesn't  become the environment variable until the	inter-
		     nal variable is defined.  When you	 want  to  define  the
		     value at the same time, you should	specify	value.

		     If	only = is specified and	value is omitted, the value of
		     NAME the environment variable is defined as a  null.   If
		     no	argument is specified, all of the exported environment
		     variables is listed.  When	you want to delete the defini-
		     tion  of  the environment variable, you can use unset the
		     builtin command.

       false	     Only return with a	1 exit status.

       fc [-l |	-s [old=new ...]] [-nr ] [-e editor] [first [last]]
		     List or edit command histories.  First  and  last	select
		     the  range	 of command histories.	This specification can
		     be	described as a numeric value or	a string.  A  positive
		     value  means  the	command	history	number,	and a negative
		     value means the command history  which  has  the  history
		     number  as	the current history number minus the value.  A
		     string mean the command history  which  starts  with  the
		     string.  If -n is specified, command histories are	listed
		     without their history numbers.  If	-r is specified,  com-
		     mand  histories  are  listed  in reverse order.  If -e is
		     specified,	the editor named by editor  is	used  to  edit
		     command  histories,  otherwise  the  editor  specified by
		     FCEDIT or EDITOR the internal variable is used.

		     When -l is	 specified,  selected  command	histories  are
		     listed  to	 the  standard output.	In this	case, omitting
		     last means	to specify the	current	 history  number,  and
		     also omitting first means to specify -16.

		     When  -s  is  specified,  the command history selected by
		     first is executed immediately.  In	 this  case,  omitting
		     first  means  to specify the current history number.  The
		     first occurrence of the string old	in the command history
		     will be replaced by the string new	before execution.

		     When neither -l nor -s is not specified, selected command
		     histories are edited, and then each edited	 commands  are
		     executed  one by one with display in the standard output.
		     In	this case, omitting last means to specify  first,  and
		     also  omitting first means	to specify the current history
		     number for	both.

       fd [directory [directory2]]
		     Invoke fd from the	internal shell.	 If you	specify	direc-
		     tory,  the	 current  directory  is	moved to the directory
		     initially.	 If you	specify	directory2, the	 split	window
		     mode is invoked, and the current directory	of the supple-
		     mental window is moved to the directory.  You can	return
		     to	 the  internal	shell by QUIT_SYSTEM.  It is effective
		     only when it is invoked as	fdsh.

       fg [job]	     Continue the execution of the job specified with  job  in
		     the  foreground.	The  following	format is available to
		     specify a job.  (UNIX)
			   %
			   %+	the current job
			   %-	the previous job
			   %n	the job	with job number	n
			   %str	the job	whose command line starts with str
		     But, you must describe these % in	the  command  line  of
		     EXECUTE_SH	 as the	duplicated expression, such as %%, for
		     the reason	of  the	 parameter  macro  function  described
		     below.

		     If	 job  is  omitted, the current job is continued	in the
		     foreground.

       getfreq [file]
		     Output the	contents of the	 translation  frequency	 file,
		     specified	by  file, to the standard output for the users
		     Kana-Kanji	translation learning.  The output format  pro-
		     vides one record per line,	which consists of "Yomi-Gana",
		     "word" and	"frequency" separated by  tab.	 You  can  use
		     this output as the	argument of setfreq to import the fre-
		     quency information.  If file is omitted, it  is  regarded
		     as	 the  translation frequency file specified by FREQFILE
		     the internal variable.  (UNIX)

       getkey [num]  Get the key code sequence for the pushed key.  It prompts
		     after  executed,  and  displays the key code sequence for
		     the key which you push to specify.	  It  continues	 until
		     you  push	any  key  num  times.  When num	is more	than 1
		     time, you can stop	it with	pushing	[Space].  When num  is
		     0	time,  it  continues  forever until [Space] is pushed.
		     The displayed sequence  can  be  used  as	the  key  code
		     sequence for keymap command.  (UNIX)

		     If	num is omitted,	it is regarded as 1 time is specified.

       getopts optstr NAME [arg	...]
		     Used  to parse the	optional parameters from a sequence of
		     arg.  The valid characters	as option is described in opt-
		     str.   An	option	character  which  needs	an argument is
		     described with following :	in optstr.  Each time  getopts
		     is	 invoked,  the new option character parsed from	arg is
		     substituted for NAME the  internal	 variable.   When  the
		     option  has  an argument, the argument is substituted for
		     OPTARG the	internal variable.  And	the index of the  next
		     parameter is substituted for OPTIND the internal variable
		     every time.  The value of	OPTIND	is  initialized	 to  1
		     whenever  the shell is invoked, another parsing of	option
		     parameters	needs initializing OPTIND to 1	manually.   If
		     arg  is  omitted, positional parameters are parsed	to the
		     optional parameters.

		     When the end of option is encountered, getopts will  exit
		     with the value of 1.  In this case, ?  is substituted for
		     NAME.  When an option character which is not included  in
		     optstr is found, an error message is written to the stan-
		     dard error, then ?	 is substituted	for NAME and OPTARG is
		     unset.   But,  if OPTARG is started with :, no error mes-
		     sage is written, and the found option character  is  sub-
		     stituted  for  OPTARG instead.  When no argument is found
		     with the option character which  needs  an	 argument,  an
		     error  message  is	 written to the	standard error,	then ?
		     is	substituted for	NAME and OPTARG	 is  unset.   But,  if
		     OPTARG  is	 started  with :, no error message is written,
		     then the found option character is	substituted for	OPTARG
		     instead, and : is substituted for NAME.

       hash [-r	| com ...]
		     Search the	absolute path for com referring	to PATH, which
		     indicates the search path when the	 external  command  is
		     executed, and register the	result in the hash table.

		     When  you	specify	 -r  instead of	com, all the memorized
		     hash table	is discarded.  If com is omitted, the hash ta-
		     ble  information is listed.  hits,	cost, command indicate
		     the number	of times the command has  been	executed,  the
		     measure  of  the work required to search it in the	search
		     path, and the absolute  path  for	the  command,  respec-
		     tively.   When  the  command  is  searched	 in a relative
		     directory,	it is necessary	to re-search whenever the cur-
		     rent  directory is	moved, because it is not registered as
		     the absolute path.	 In such command, * trailing  hits  is
		     displayed.

       history [n]   List  the	last n command histories with the history num-
		     ber.

		     If	n is omitted, all of the memorized  command  histories
		     is	listed.

       jobs	     List the running jobs.  (UNIX)

       kconv [-i in] [-o out] [infile [outfile]]
		     Read  from	 infile	 and convert its Kanji code from in to
		     out, and output to	outfile.  In in	and out, you can spec-
		     ify  the  string  which  used  in FNAMEKCODE the internal
		     variable described	below.	If each	of them	is omitted, it
		     is	 regarded  as that the Kanji code specified in compile
		     is	specified.  If outfile is omitted, it outputs  to  the
		     standard  output.	 If  also  infile is omitted, it reads
		     from the standard input.  (UNIX)

       keymap [c [str]]
		     Map the sequence str as key code of the  special  key  c.
		     You can use only the following identifiers	as c.  (UNIX)
			   UP	    Up	       DOWN	Down
			   RIGHT    Right      LEFT	Left
			   BEG	    Begin      EOL	Eol
			   HOME	    Home       END	End
			   INS	    Insert     DEL	Delete
			   INSLIN   InsLine    DELLIN	DelLine
			   PPAGE    PageUp     NPAGE	PageDown
			   ENTER    Enter      BS	Bs
			   CLR	    Clear      HELP	Help
			   PLUS	    + (tenkey) MINUS	- (tenkey)
			   ASTER    * (tenkey) SLASH	/ (tenkey)
			   COMMA    , (tenkey) DOT	. (tenkey)
			   EQUAL    = (tenkey) RET	Return (tenkey)
			   TK0..TK9 0-9	(tenkey)
			   F1...F20 function key

		     You can use the escape sequence in	the key	code sequence,
		     such as \n	=0x0a and \e =0x1b.   You  can	also  use  the
		     octal  expression,	 such  as  \ooo.  You can describe the
		     control character prefixing ^, such as ^A.	 ^ itself  can
		     be	described as \^.

		     If	 str  is  omitted, the key code	sequence for c is dis-
		     played.  If both str and c	are omitted, all of  the  map-
		     pings  for	 special keys is listed.  When you specify str
		     as	"", the	key code mapping for c is canceled.

       kill [-l	| -signal] [pid	| job ...]
		     Send the signal indicated by signal to the	process	 indi-
		     cated  by	the process number pid or to the job indicated
		     by	job.  Signal is	described as a numeric value or	a sig-
		     nal name.

		     If	 signal	is omitted, SIGTERM is send.  When you specify
		     -l, it lists the signal names which can be	used as	signal
		     instead of	sending	a signal.

       launch ext [com [format [top bottom]]]
       launch ext com [-f format] [-t top] [-b bottom] [-ie patt]
		     Register  the  behavior  for  ext	the  extension	as the
		     launcher.	You should  the	 macro	representation	quoted
		     with " as com.  When you register an archive browser, you
		     should describe the command to list the archived files as
		     com, and describe the format of the list as format.  When
		     you describe top and bottom, you can specify  unnecessary
		     lines  in	the  list  as  the  number  of	lines from the
		     top/bottom	line.  When ext	starts with /,	uppercase/low-
		     ercase is ignored in the comparison of any	extension.

		     If	 com  is omitted, the launcher registration for	ext is
		     canceled.

		     When you register an archive browser,  you	 can  use  the
		     latter  form  to describe more detailed control.  You can
		     specify multiple formats as candidates with  multiple  -f
		     options.	These  candidates  for	format are compared in
		     order of appearance, if no	one is matched completely then
		     the  nearest  one	is adopted.  -i	and -e options specify
		     patt the pattern for the line to be ignored and  for  the
		     line  to be treated as error respectively.	 When the list
		     includes unnecessary lines	you can	specify	also  top  and
		     bottom,  but  you	must  specify  lines except top/bottom
		     lines with	-i option.  In case that a failure  to	unpack
		     files in the archive file causes outputting some strings,
		     you can specify the strings with -e option.   -i  and  -e
		     options  can  specify  multiple  patterns,	 and  they are
		     effective if one of them is matched.  And you can	use  a
		     wildcard in the description for each patt the pattern.

       md dir	     Create the	directory dir.

       mkdir dir     Same as md.  (DOS)

       newgrp [arg ...]
		     Execute  newgrp(1)	 in place of the execution of fd.  You
		     can specify arg as	arguments of newgrp(1).	 See newgrp(1)
		     for details.  (UNIX)

       login [arg ...]
		     Execute  login(1)	in  place of the execution of fd.  You
		     can specify arg as	arguments of login(1).	 See  login(1)
		     for details.  (UNIX)

       logout [n]    Exit  from	 a  login shell.  When you specify n, it exits
		     with the exit status n.

       popd	     Unload the	top directory onto the	directory  stack,  and
		     change  the  current  directory  in  fd to	the directory.
		     This command is failed when the directory stack is	empty.

       printarch [ext]
		     Print the archiver	commands registered  for  the  archive
		     file which	has ext	the extension.

		     If	 ext  is  omitted, all of the registered archiver com-
		     mands is listed.

       printbind [c] Print the command binded to the key c.  You  can  specify
		     the key as	well as	bind.

		     If	 c  is	omitted, all of	the registered key bindings is
		     listed, which is defined not as the internal command  but
		     as	 the command macro.  The key bindings of internal com-
		     mands can be referred in HELP_MESSAGE.

       printdrv	[c]  Print the	device	file  and  the	number	of  heads/sec-
		     tors/cylinders  of	 the  floppy  drive registered for the
		     drive name	c.  (UNIX)

		     If	c is omitted, all of the registered floppy  drives  is
		     listed.

       printlaunch [ext]
		     Print  the	 command  macro	registered as the launcher for
		     ext the extension.	 When it is registered as the  archive
		     browser, the format for listing is	also printed.

		     If	 ext  is  omitted,  all	of the registered launchers is
		     listed.

       printroman [roman]
		     Print the Roman-Kana translation table for	the Kana-Kanji
		     IME  mode.	  It  means printing the Japanese string bound
		     for roman the Roman string.  (UNIX)

		     If	roman is omitted, all the registered Roman-Kana	trans-
		     lation table is listed.

       pushd [dir]   Load  the current directory onto the directory stack, and
		     change the	current	directory in fd	to dir.	 If you	 spec-
		     ify  the  pathname	as ".",	"?", "-", "@", it behaves like
		     as	LOG_DIR.  The physical option for set the builtin com-
		     mand is effective for symbolic links.

		     If	 dir  is  omitted, change the current directory	to the
		     top directory of the directory stack, and replace it with
		     the  current  directory.	In  this case, this command is
		     failed when the directory stack is	empty.

       pwd [-LP]     Display the current directory with	the absolute represen-
		     tation.  If -L is specified, the logical pathname follow-
		     ing symbolic links	is displayed.  If -P is	specified, the
		     physical  pathname	 following  no	symbolic links is dis-
		     played.  Otherwise,  the  physical	 option	 for  set  the
		     builtin command is	effective.

       read [-N] [NAME ...]
		     Read one line from	the standard input and substitute that
		     string for	NAME  the  internal  variable.	 The  inputted
		     string  is	separated with IFS into	some words.  When mul-
		     tiple NAMEs are specified,	words are substituted  one  by
		     one  from the first of line, and all the rest are substi-
		     tuted for the last	NAME.  When the	 number	 of  words  in
		     inputted  string  is less than the	number of NAME,	a null
		     is	substituted for	the rest of NAME.

		     If	-N is specified, the newline of	the line to be read is
		     regarded as CR-NL (\r\n).

       readline	[prompt]
		     Read  one	line  from  the	terminal input and output that
		     string to the standard output.  When prompt is specified,
		     the  string  is displayed on the beginning	of input line.
		     This command differs from read the	builtin	command	in the
		     terminal  input and the line editing.  You	cannot use the
		     history as	one of the line	editing, but can use the  com-
		     pletion for a pathname.

       readonly	[NAME[=[value]]	...]
		     Mark  NAME	 the  internal variable	to be readonly.	 Since
		     then, you cannot change the value of NAME.	 When you want
		     to	 define	the value at the same time, you	should specify
		     value.

		     If	only = is specified and	value is omitted, the value of
		     NAME  the	internal variable is defined as	a null.	 If no
		     argument is specified, all	of the readonly	internal vari-
		     ables is listed.

       rd dir	     Delete  the  directory  dir.   You	cannot delete the non-
		     empty directory.

       rmdir dir     Same as rd.  (DOS)

       ren old new
       rename old new
		     Rename the	filename or the	directory name old  into  new.
		     You can specify the wildcard in old and new to rename the
		     multiple filenames	all together.

       rem [arg	...] No	effect,	same as	:.

       return [n]    Return from a function with the return value specified by
		     n.	  If n is omitted, the return value is the exit	status
		     of	the last executed command.  It cannot be used out of a
		     function.

       savetty [-n]  Save  the	current	terminal settings.  The	saved settings
		     will be restored when EXECUTE_SH is executed  later.   In
		     case  that	 you change terminal settings with stty(1) and
		     so	on, you	should save the	settings with this command not
		     to	 reset settings	with the next execution	of EXECUTE_SH.
		     If	you change terminal settings and execute this  command
		     not in the	same command line, you should notice that this
		     command will save the reset settings.  If	-n  is	speci-
		     fied, the saved settings will be cleared.	(UNIX)

       set [--abCefhkmntuvx] [-o option] [arg ...]
		     List  internal variables and functions, without any argu-
		     ment.  When you specify arg, arg is substituted  for  the
		     positional	 parameter $1, $2, ...,	$n in order.  When you
		     specify any option,  each	option	means  the  following.
		     When  you	use + instead of -, the	option parameter turns
		     off each option.
		     -a	  Export any internal variable automatically  when  it
			  is defined.
		     -b	  When	a background job has been terminated, its sta-
			  tus report will be displayed immediately.  there  is
			  no effect when the job control is not	enabled.
		     -C	  Prevent  overwriting	to any existent	files in redi-
			  rection.
		     -e	  Exit immediately when	any command returns  the  exit
			  status except	0.
		     -f	  Disable the wildcard expansion.
		     -h	  Register  any	 command to the	hash table just	before
			  it is	executed.  The commands	used in	a function are
			  read	when  it is defined, and are registered	to the
			  hash table.	The  command  hash  itself  is	always
			  valid, if -h option is set or	not.
		     -k	  Treat	all NAME=[value] formed	arguments as the vari-
			  able definition, while they are not  placed  on  the
			  beginning of command line string.
		     -m	  Enable  the  job  control.   This option is valid by
			  default.  (UNIX)
		     -n	  Read command inputs but don't	execute	them.
		     -o	option
			  The following	identifiers are	valid in option.
			  allexport
			       Same as -a.
			  autosavetty
			       Same as -S.
			  emacs
			       Same as EDITMODE=emacs.
			  errexit
			       Same as -e.
			  hashahead
			       Same as -h.
			  ignoreeof
			       Any EOF	will  not  terminate  the  interactive
			       shell.
			  keyword
			       Same as -k.
			  monitor
			       Same as -m.
			  noclobber
			       Same as -C.
			  noexec
			       Same as -n.
			  noglob
			       Same as -f.
			  notify
			       Same as -b.
			  nounset
			       Same as -u.
			  onecmd
			       Same as -t.
			  physical
			       Same as -P.
			  ptyshell
			       Same as -T.
			  verbose
			       Same as -v.
			  vi   Same as EDITMODE=vi.
			  xtrace
			       Same as -x.
			  If  option  is  omitted,  the	 values	of the current
			  options are displayed.
		     -P	  Cd and pwd the  builtin  command  use	 the  physical
			  directory structure instead of the logical directory
			  structure following symbolic links.
		     -S	  Execute savetty the  builtin	command	 automatically
			  whenever  any	command	line is	processed.  The	termi-
			  nal settings will be	saved  absolutely  unless  you
			  operate the terminal settings	intentionally, so that
			  you should manually  adjust  the  terminal  settings
			  saved	accidentally.  (UNIX)
		     -T	  Invoke  fdsh	as  the	 pseudo	 terminal.  You	cannot
			  invoke any more pseudo terminals in this  mode.   It
			  is  effective	 only if you specify it	as the startup
			  option or in the initial configuration file.	It  is
			  effective  only  if  you  specify  it	as the startup
			  option, when the shell is executed as	the non-inter-
			  active  shell.   It  is just ignored when invoked as
			  fd.  (UNIX)
		     -t	  Exit immediately after executing the current command
			  input.
		     -u	  Treat	 the  reference	 of  undefined variables as an
			  error.
		     -v	  Display the command inputs whenever they are read.
		     -x	  Display the command strings whenever they  are  exe-
			  cuted.
		     --	  Indicate the end of options.	No flag	is changed.

       setdrv c	device hd sc cl
		     Specify  the  device file indicated by device for the MS-
		     DOS floppy	drive named as c.  At the same time,  hd,  sc,
		     cl	 are  specified	 as  the  number  of heads(sides)/sec-
		     tors/cylinders(tracks) in the format which	is treated  in
		     the  driver of device.  In	special	case, when you want to
		     treat the 640KB2DD(hd=2/sc=8/cl=80) floppy	disk with  the
		     driver which can treat only the 820KB2DD(hd=2/sc=9/cl=80)
		     floppy disk, you should  specify  the  value  adding  100
		     (108) as the value	of sc.	(UNIX)

		     On	 the PC-UNIX environment which is worked on PC,	speci-
		     fying the string HDD or HDD98 instead of hd, sc, cl,  can
		     register  the  MS-DOS  partition on the hard disk for the
		     PC/AT compatible machine  or  PC-9800  series.   In  this
		     case,  You	 should	describe the device file as the	device
		     name prepared per the physical drive unit rather than the
		     device  name prepared per the partition (slice).  The MS-
		     DOS partitions included in	the drive unit	are  automati-
		     cally  expanded to	the drive name after the drive name c.
		     When no MS-DOS partition is  included  in	the  specified
		     drive  unit,  this	 command  is ignored.  You can confirm
		     what drive	name is	valid by printdrv  command.   But  any
		     hard disk is registered as	readonly, for security.

       setfreq [file]
		     Append  the frequency information inputted	from the stan-
		     dard input	to the translation frequency  file,  specified
		     by	 file,	for the	users Kana-Kanji translation learning.
		     The input format is based on the output  format  of  get-
		     freq.  If you want	to replace, rather than	to append, you
		     must remove the translation frequency  file  in  advance.
		     If	 file  is  omitted,  it	is regarded as the translation
		     frequency file specified by FREQFILE the  internal	 vari-
		     able.  (UNIX)

       setroman	[-c] [-r] [-f file] [roman [kanji]]
		     Setup the Roman-Kana translation table for	the Kana-Kanji
		     IME mode.	It means binding kanji the Japanese string  to
		     roman  the	 Roman	string.	 The part over 4 characters of
		     roman, the	string which consists  of  1  byte  characters
		     only,  will  be  ignored.	 The part over 2 characters of
		     kanji, the	string which consists of multibyte  characters
		     or	 1  byte characters, will be ignored.  In this case, a
		     multibyte character is counted as 1 character as well  as
		     a 1 byte character.  (UNIX)

		     If	kanji is omitted, the registered binding of the	Roman-
		     Kana translation table for	roman the Roman	string will be
		     deleted.	When  you  specify  -c,	 the  whole Roman-Kana
		     translation table will be cleared to be empty.  When  you
		     specify  -r, all the registered bindings will be reset to
		     restore the Roman-Kana translation	table.	When you spec-
		     ify  -f, the file specified by file will be read as bind-
		     ings of the Roman-Kana translation	table.	In this	 case,
		     a	pair of	roman and kanji, which is separated by spaces,
		     must be described in each line of file.  You can also use
		     the file which contains the output	of printroman.

       shift [n]     Rename the	positional parameters from $n+1	into ones from
		     $1	in order.  The original	positional parameters from  $1
		     to	 $n are	discarded.  If n is omitted, it	is regard as 1
		     is	specified.

       socketinfo [-apAP] [fd]
		     If	the file descriptor specified by fd is a  socket,  the
		     IP	 address  and  the  TCP	 port  number of the connected
		     remote host, and the IP address and the TCP  port	number
		     of	 the  connected	local host, are	outputted to the stan-
		     dard output.  If fd is not	a socket, this command will be
		     failed.  (UNIX)

		     If	fd is omitted, it is regarded as the standard input is
		     specified.	 If -a is specified, only the  IP  address  of
		     the  remote  host will be outputted.  If -p is specified,
		     only the TCP port number of the remote host will be  out-
		     putted.   If  -A is specified, only the IP	address	of the
		     local host	will be	outputted.  If -P is  specified,  only
		     the TCP port number of the	local host will	be outputted.

       test [expr]
       [ expr ]	     Evaluate  the  conditional	 expression expr.  See test(1)
		     for details.

       times	     Display the accumulated user and system time for the pro-
		     cesses which has so far been executed.

       trap [com] [n ...]
		     Read  and	execute	 the  command com when fd receives the
		     signal n.	If com is omitted, the trap for	the signal  is
		     reset.   When  you	 specify  com  as  a  null, the	signal
		     ignored.  When you	specify	n as 0,	 the  command  com  is
		     executed  on exit.	 If both com and n are omitted,	all of
		     the registered traps is listed.

       true	     Only return with a	0 exit status.

       type [com ...]
		     Display how each com would	be treated when	it is used  as
		     a command name.

       ulimit [-SH] [-a	| -cdflmnstv] n
		     Set the resource limits for fd and	its child processes to
		     the value indicated by n.	You can	use the	string	unlim-
		     ited or the numeric value in n, unlimited means the maxi-
		     mum specifiable value.  (UNIX)

		     When you specify -H, a hard limit is set.	When you spec-
		     ify -S, a soft limit is set.  When	you don't specify nei-
		     ther of them, both	limits are set.	 If n is omitted,  the
		     current  limit is displayed.  When	you specify -a,	all of
		     the resource limits is displayed.

		     When you specify the following options, the each resource
		     limit  is individually set	or displayed.  If no option is
		     specified,	it is regarded as -f is	specified.
		     -c	  maximum core file size (in blocks)
		     -d	  maximum size of data segment (in KB)
		     -f	  maximum file size (in	blocks)
		     -l	  maximum size of locked in memory (in KB)
		     -m	  maximum size of resident set (in KB)
		     -n	  maximum number of open file files
		     -s	  maximum size of stack	segment	(in KB)
		     -t	  maximum CPU time (in seconds)
		     -v	  maximum size of virtual memory (in KB)

       umask [nnn]   Set the file creation mask	to nnn.	 If  nnn  is  omitted,
		     the current value of the file creation mask is displayed.
		     See umask(2) for details.

       unalias name  Cancel the	definition of the alias	name.  You can use the
		     wildcard  in name,	in this	case, all of the matched alias
		     definitions is canceled.  When you	specify	 "*",  all  of
		     the alias definitions is invalid.

       unset [NAME ...]
		     Delete the	defined	internal variable or function for each
		     NAME.  But	the following variable	definition  cannot  be
		     deleted.
			   PATH	     PS1       PS2	 IFS
			   MAILCHECK PPID

       unsetdrv	c device hd sc cl
		     Delete  the  registered floppy drive.  Only the registra-
		     tion with which all of device, hd,	sc, cl is corresponded
		     is	 deleted, then you should confirm to delete very well.
		     (UNIX)

		     When it is	registered as HDD  or  HDD98  in  setdrv,  you
		     should describe HDD or HDD98 instead of hd, sc, cl.

       wait [pid | job]
		     Wait  for	the  process  indicated	 by pid	or for the job
		     indicated by job, and return its exit  status.   If  both
		     pid  and  job  are	 omitted, all running jobs are waited.
		     (UNIX)

       yesno [prompt]
		     Wait for a	input of y or n	from the  terminal,  and  then
		     return  0	when  y	 is  inputted,	return	255  when n is
		     inputted.	Instead	of input of y or n, you	can  select  a
		     character	from displayed [Y/N] with cursor keys and push
		     [Return] to be regarded as	an input of the	selected char-
		     acter.   An  input	of [Space] or [Esc] means the input of
		     n.	 When prompt is	specified,  the	 string	 is  displayed
		     before [Y/N].

       COMMAND [arg] Execute  the  internal  command  COMMAND  of fd.  You can
		     describe each command identifier in COMMAND.  The follow-
		     ing internal commands can take a parameter	argument arg.
		     CUR_UP
		     CUR_DOWN
		     CUR_RIGHT
		     CUR_LEFT
		     ROLL_UP
		     ROLL_DOWN
		     WIDEN_WINDOW
		     NARROW_WINDOW  The	number of lines, columns, or pages.
		     RENAME_FILE
		     PACK_FILE
		     BACKUP_TAPE    The	filename.
		     LOG_DIR
		     MAKE_DIR
		     INFO_FILESYS
		     UNPACK_FILE    The	directory name.
		     EXECUTE_SH	    The	command	string.
		     MARK_FIND
		     FIND_FILE
		     FIND_DIR	    The	wildcard string.
		     MARK_ALL	    0  will  reset  the	mark of	all files, the
				    other will mark all	files.
		     SORT_DIR	    The	number substituted  for	 SORTTYPE  the
				    internal variable.
		     EDIT_CONFIG    The	  name	of  internal  variable	to  be
				    edited.

       ~ and $ in the previous registration string are	expanded.   But	 these
       expansions are restrained in the	string quoted with ' instead of	".

   Tree	Screen
       Since  representing  the	 whole file system in tree structure takes too
       many time, only the directories which  are  direct  ancestors  and  the
       direct sub directories are displayed, first in the tree screen.	In the
       directories which are direct ancestors, the other sub  directories  (if
       exists)	are  grouped  as "...".	 These grouped sub directories will be
       expanded	automatically when a cursor is placed on its position.

       The sub directories which are not expanded yet are represented with '>'
       trailing	 the  filename,	 which	shows  as they are.  Such directory is
       never expanded until it is required  to	expand	explicitly,  then  you
       should  expand it by the	following key inputs before moving to any hid-
       den sub directory.

       In the tree screen, the following key inputs are	available.
	      Up, Down	Move a cursor.
	      Right	Expand the sub directory on the	cursor position.
	      Tab	Expand the sub directory on the	cursor position	recur-
			sively.
	      PageUp, PageDown
			Move a cursor by half screen.
	      Home(<), End(>)
			Move a cursor to the top/bottom	of tree.
	      ?		Move a cursor to the current directory.
	      Bs	Move a cursor to the parent directory.
	      Left	Group  sub  directories	of the directory on the	cursor
			position, or move a cursor to the parent directory.
	      (, )	Move a cursor to the previous/next directory among the
			same level sub directories.
	      A	- Z	Move  a	cursor to the directory	whose name starts with
			the character or its lowercase.
	      l		Change the directory tree into	the  specified	direc-
			tory.  Moving to the floppy drive is also available.
	      ^L	Redraw the tree	structure.
	      Return	Select the directory.
	      Esc	Cancel.

       When  directories are recursively expanded, the machine operation is so
       late that it maybe seems	to freeze.  In this case, you  can  input  any
       key while operating.  If	key input is recognized	while expanding	direc-
       tories, expanding has been stopped at that moment in spite of not  fin-
       ishing.	 Even  if  key	repeat	keeps effective, any operation will be
       delayed for this	function.

   Archive Browser
       When the	launcher is invoked on the position of the file	 whose	exten-
       sion  is	 registered  to	associate with an archive browser, the archive
       browser screen has come.	 In this screen, you can browse	files  in  the
       archive	file  as  well as in the normal	directory.  But	you cannot use
       the following internal commands in this screen.
	      LOG_TOP	     ATTR_FILE	    COPY_FILE	   MOVE_FILE
	      DELETE_FILE    DELETE_DIR	    RENAME_FILE	   MAKE_DIR
	      WRITE_DIR	     TREE_DIR	    EDIT_FILE	   LOG_TREE
	      COPY_TREE	     MOVE_TREE	    FIND_DIR	   ATTR_DIR
	      SYMLINK_MODE   DOTFILE_MODE   FILEFLG_MODE   SPLIT_WINDOW
	      KILL_WINDOW

       When you	want to	register a new archive browser,	you must describe  the
       format  listed  by  the	archiver as the	following representation.  One
       format string represents	the format for 1 file in the list.
	      %a	Field which indicates a	file mode
	      %u	Field which indicates UID of a file
	      %g	Field which indicates GID of a file
	      %s	Field which indicates a	file size
	      %y	Field which indicates a	file creation year
	      %m	Field which indicates a	file creation month
			(No concerning if numeric or alphabetical)
	      %d	Field which indicates a	file creation day
	      %w	Field which indicates a	file creation week (ignored)
	      %t	Field which indicates a	file creation time
			("HH:MM:SS" form, MM and SS can	be lacking)
	      %p	Field which indicates a	file creation am/pm
	      %B	Field which indicates a	major device ID
	      %b	Field which indicates a	minor device ID
	      %/str/	Field which indicates a	type is	directory
			when this field	string is str
			(case insensitive)
	      %!str!	0 or more continuous fields
			which consists of the string str
			(case insensitive)
	      %f	Field which indicates a	filename
	      %x	Field which is needless	(ignored)
	      %%	% itself
	      \n	Newline
	      Space Tab	0 or more characters of	spaces or tabs

       In this description, the	field means the	area separated by spaces, tabs
       or newlines.  When the string which indicates each information is sepa-
       rated by	these characters, you can simply  describe  the	 above	string
       which  indicates	 that  field.  When the	string is separated by another
       character, you should describe the above	string	with  that  separator.
       You can describe	to indicate the	field length as	numeric, such as %10a.
       This example means that the field which indicates a file	mode  consists
       of  10  characters.  If you describe it with a character	* as the field
       length instead of numeric, such as %*f, the string to the end  of  line
       is regarded as a	field, in which	any space and tab will be ignored.

       When  a	field  may have	the different meanings according to situation,
       you should describe it quoted with { }, such as	%{yt}.	 This  example
       means  that  this  field	 indicates a creation year or a	creation time.
       When the	information for	1 file consists	of multiple lines, you	should
       place a \n on the position of newline in	the format string.

       For  example, the following are the format strings for the list of some
       archivers.  While some spaces are used here for easiness	to see,	 these
       spaces  are  not	 always	 necessary because any space between fields is
       ignored.
       `lha l'		 "%9a %u/%g %s %x %m %d	%{yt} %f"
       `lha v' (MS-DOS)	 "%f\n%s %x %x %y-%m-%d	%t"
       `tar tvf' (BSD)	 "%9a %u/%g %s %m %d %t	%y %f"
       `tar tvf' (SVR4)	 "%a %u/%g %s %m %d %t %y %f"

       If you register archive browsers	with above format, in the builtin com-
       mand  of	 EXECUTE_SH  or	in the initial configuration file, you can use
       the archive browser which is not	prepared by default.  But, if you want
       to  execute  or	view  files in the archive file, you must register the
       archiver	command	for the	archive	file, too, don't forget	this.

       On some OS, tar(1) may output the Japanese timestamp when  japanese  is
       substituted for LANG the	environment variable.  Since fd	cannot analyze
       the representation like this, you should	describe  `export  LANG=C'  in
       the  initial  configuration file, or specify LANG in the	description of
       listing command,	such as	`LANG=C	tar tvf'.

   Floppy Drive	(UNIX)
       You can access the MS-DOS formatted floppy  disk,  by  representing  to
       prefix  "c:"  to	 the directory name.  But, it is necessary to register
       the floppy drive	and set	DOSDRIVE the  internal	variable  which	 makes
       this function effective,	in advance.

       Each registered drive is	distinguished with the drive name.  You	should
       tag the physically different drive as the different drive  name.	  When
       the  same  physical  drive  supports multiple formats, you can register
       each format with	the same drive name, or	the different drive name  each
       other.	If  you	 tag the same drive name, the justice of the format is
       tried in	registered order, so that you should register the format which
       you often use in	the first place.

       Each  drive of the floppy drive has the its own current directory.  The
       default value of	this is	a root directory, and the current directory is
       moved back to a root directory again whenever you change	a floppy disk.
       When you	describe the directory name as starting	with '/' after ':', it
       means  the  absolute path representation	of that	drive.	If this	'/' is
       not exist, it means the relative	path representation from  the  current
       directory of that drive,	don't forget this.

       Regrettably,  some  internal  commands  like as WRITE_DIR, INFO_FILESYS
       cannot support the floppy drive.	 Some filenames	are renamed when  they
       are copied from UNIX for	reason of the filename length limit.

       When you	use a lowercase	letter as the drive name, you can access it as
       the floppy drive	which can treat	the Long File Name (LFN)  for  MS-Win-
       dows  formatted	floppy disk.  In this case, you	can copy a file	with a
       long filename on	UNIX as	it is.	But, when the UNICODE translation  ta-
       ble fd-unicd.tbl	does not exist in the same directory as	the invoked fd
       exists, any Kanji filename cannot be  treated  as  LFN  representation.
       Reversely,  when	 you  use a uppercase letter as	the drive name,	LFN is
       ignored and 8+3 formed filename is treated.   MS-DOS  version  inherits
       this specification by the case of a drive name.

   URL Drive (UNIX)
       You  can	access remote services on the network, by representing the URL
       string as the directory name.  The URL format is	 scheme://[user[:pass-
       word]@]host[:port]/directory/.	You can	specify	ftp or http as scheme.
       You can specify the name	or IP address of the remote host as host.  You
       can  specify  the  TCP  port  number  as	port.  If port is omitted, the
       default port number is used.  The default port number for  ftp  is  21,
       and  the	 default  port number for http is 80.  You can specify account
       information to connect the remote host as user and password.   If  user
       is  omitted, the	anonymous FTP connection will be used with ftp,	or you
       will be queried as needed with http.  If	password is omitted, you  will
       be  queried as needed.  But, it is necessary to set URLDRIVE the	inter-
       nal variable which makes	this function effective, in advance.

       Regrettably, some internal commands cannot support the URL  drive,  for
       the  sake  of restrictions of the FTP and HTTP protocols	or settings of
       the host	side.

   String Input
       When you	input the string, such as  the	pathname,  the	following  key
       inputs  are  available.	 The kind of referred history differs with the
       input string required.  In the split window mode, the current directory
       of another window is always placed on the top of	the pathname history.
       Left, Right
		 Move a	cursor.
       Up, Down	 Refer	the  previous histories	(only commands and pathnames),
		 or move a cursor.
       Beg	 Move a	cursor to the beginning	of string.
       Eol	 Move a	cursor to the end of string.
       Ins	 Switch	a input	method to the insert/overwrite mode.  (Default
		 value is the insert mode.)
       Del	 Delete	a character on the cursor position.
       Bs	 Delete	a character before the cursor position.
       DelLine	 Delete	a string after the cursor position.
       InsLine	 Treat	the  next input	character as it	is, effective to input
		 control characters.
       Enter	 Insert	a filename of the file on the cursor position.
       PageUp	 Convert a character on	the cursor position to uppercase.
       PageDown	 Convert a character on	the cursor position to lowercase.
       Tab	 Complete a pathname, a	command	name or	a variable name	on the
		 cursor	position.
		 When there are	two or more completion choices,	inputting this
		 continuously can display the completion choice	list.	Except
		 for command line in the internal shell, you can make a	choice
		 from this list	with cursor keys and [Return].
       ^L	 Redraw	the input string.
       ^S, ^R	 Search	the previous histories (only commands  and  pathnames)
		 incrementally.
       Return	 Decide	 the  input,  or  decide  the choice in	the completion
		 choice	list.
       Esc	 Cancel.

       The inputted string is expanded before evaluation as following.	 These
       expansions  are	also valid in the string of command macros.  But these
       expansions are restrained in the	string quoted with the quotation  mark
       '.

       ~       Indicate	your home directory, when it is	the beginning of file-
	       name.

       ~user   Indicate	user's home directory, when it	is  the	 beginning  of
	       filename.  (UNIX)

       ~FD     Indicate	 the directory where the invoked fd is exists, when it
	       is the beginning	of filename.

       $NAME
       ${NAME} Indicate	the value of NAME the internal variable	or  the	 envi-
	       ronment variable.  When both are	defined, the internal variable
	       is prior.  When both are	undefined, it is replaced a null.  The
	       brace { } separates NAME	from its trailing characters.

	       When  NAME  is  the  following character, it is replaced	by the
	       value substituted automatically by the shell.
	       0      The executable filename when invoked.
	       [1-9]  The positional parameter.
	       *      The all positional  parameters  which  starts  from  $1.
		      "$*" is replaced by "$1 $2 ...".
	       @      The  all	positional  parameters	which  starts from $1.
		      "$@" is replaced by "$1" "$2" ...	.
	       #      The number of positional parameters.
	       -      The option flags which is	set by options when invoked or
		      set the builtin command.
	       ?      The exit status of the last executed command.
	       $      The process number of the	current	shell.
	       !      The  process  number  of	the  last  executed background
		      process.

       ${NAME:-word}
	       If the value except a null is substituted for NAME the internal
	       variable	 or  the  environment  variable, it is replaced	by the
	       value, otherwise	it is replaced by word.

       ${NAME:=word}
	       If the value except a null is substituted for NAME the internal
	       variable	 or  the  environment  variable, it is replaced	by the
	       value, otherwise	word is	 substituted  for  NAME	 the  internal
	       variable,  and this expression itself is	replaced by word.  But
	       you cannot substitute the value for any positional parameter.

       ${NAME:?word}
	       If the value except a null is substituted for NAME the internal
	       variable	 or  the  environment  variable, it is replaced	by the
	       value, otherwise	display	word and exit from the shell.  If word
	       is  omitted,  the  string ``parameter null or not set'' is dis-
	       played in its place.

       ${NAME:+word}
	       If the value except a null is substituted for NAME the internal
	       variable	 or  the environment variable, it is replaced by word,
	       otherwise it is replaced	by a null.

       ${NAME-word}
	       If any value is substituted for NAME the	internal  variable  or
	       the  environment	 variable, it is replaced by the value,	other-
	       wise it is replaced by word.

       ${NAME=word}
	       If any value is substituted for NAME the	internal  variable  or
	       the  environment	 variable, it is replaced by the value,	other-
	       wise word is substituted	for NAME the  internal	variable,  and
	       this  expression	 itself	 is  replaces by word.	But you	cannot
	       substitute the value for	any positional parameter.

       ${NAME?word}
	       If any value is substituted for NAME the	internal  variable  or
	       the  environment	 variable, it is replaced by the value,	other-
	       wise display word and exit from the shell.  If word is omitted,
	       the  string  ``parameter	 null or not set'' is displayed	in its
	       place.

       ${NAME+word}
	       If any value is substituted for NAME the	internal  variable  or
	       the  environment	variable, it is	replaced by word, otherwise it
	       is replaced by a	null.

       ${#NAME}
	       It is replaced by the length in characters of the value of NAME
	       the  internal variable or the environment variable.  If NAME is
	       * or @, it is replaced by the number of	positional  parameters
	       instead of the length of	characters.

       ${NAME%word}
	       It  is  replaced	by the string in which the smallest portion of
	       the suffix matched by the word  pattern	is  deleted  from  the
	       value  of  NAME	the internal variable or the environment vari-
	       able.  If  NAME	is  *  or  @,  each  positional	 parameter  is
	       replaced.  ( \ is used instead of % on MS-DOS version.)

       ${NAME%%word}
	       It  is  replaced	 by the	string in which	the largest portion of
	       the suffix matched by the word  pattern	is  deleted  from  the
	       value  of  NAME	the internal variable or the environment vari-
	       able.  If  NAME	is  *  or  @,  each  positional	 parameter  is
	       replaced.  ( \\ is used instead of %% on	MS-DOS version.)

       ${NAME#word}
	       It  is  replaced	by the string in which the smallest portion of
	       the prefix matched by the word  pattern	is  deleted  from  the
	       value  of  NAME	the internal variable or the environment vari-
	       able.  If  NAME	is  *  or  @,  each  positional	 parameter  is
	       replaced.

       ${NAME##word}
	       It  is  replaced	 by the	string in which	the largest portion of
	       the prefix matched by the word  pattern	is  deleted  from  the
	       value  of  NAME	the internal variable or the environment vari-
	       able.  If  NAME	is  *  or  @,  each  positional	 parameter  is
	       replaced.

       \c      It  indicates  a	 character  c itself.  You can use it when you
	       want to use the preceding meta-character	as a character with no
	       evaluation, such	as ~ or	$.  You	can describe \ itself as "\\".
	       But, on MS-DOS version, because \ which is used as the pathname
	       delimiter  must be treat	as well	as the normal character, %c is
	       expediently used	in place of \.

       The following is	replaced only in the shell which is executed  by  EXE-
       CUTE_SH and EXECUTE_FILE.

       `list`  List  is	 executed  and this string is replaced by its standard
	       output.

       $(list) List is executed	and this string	is replaced  by	 its  standard
	       output  like  as	`list`.	 This differs from `list` in the point
	       that nested expressions are allowed.  And  any  meta-characters
	       such as quotes in list are evaluated as it is.

       $((expression))
	       Expression  the	arithmetic  expression	is  evaluated and this
	       string is replaced  by  its  result  value.   You  can  specify
	       numeric	values,	 variables  and	integral calculations with the
	       following operators in expression.
				     (unary) (binary)
		   arithmetic	     + -     + - * / %
		   boolean	     !	     ==	!= < > <= >= &&	||
		   bit operator	     ~	     & | ^ << >>
		   parenthesis	     ( )

       ?
       *
       [
       ]       The string including  these  letters  is	 pattern-matched  with
	       existent	 files.	  When it is matched, it is replaced by	all of
	       the matched filenames which are sorted in alphabetical order.
	       ?    Match any single character except /.
	       *    Match any 0	or more	length string not including /.
	       **   Match any 0	or more	length string including	/.
	       [...]
		    Match any one of the characters enclosed  by  [  ].	  When
		    enclosed  characters  include  -, it matches any character
		    whose character code is between characters before/after -.
	       [!...]
		    Match any one of the characters not	enclosed by [ ].

	       But, when the first character of	the filename is	., ?, *	and **
	       don't match it.

   Edit	Mode
       When  you  want	to use some functions bound to special keys, such as a
       cursor key or a scroll key, such	a key doesn't exist in some terminals.
       In such a case, substituting the	string for EDITMODE the	internal vari-
       able can	make you use some control keys as alternative to these special
       keys.   Since this alternative key function is prior to the key binding
       by the builtin command, the key binding	is  invalid  for  the  control
       characters  used	 as the	alternative keys.  The prepared	edit modes are
       the following 3 modes.

       emacs
		   ^P	= Up	  ^A   = Beg
		   ^N	= Down	  ^E   = Eol	 ^D   =	Del
		   ^F	= Right			 ^Q   =	InsLine
		   ^B	= Left			 ^K   =	DelLine
		   ^V	= PageDn  ^Y   = PageUp	 ^O   =	Enter
		   ^M	= Return  ^I   = Tab	 ^H   =	Bs
		   ^[	= Esc	  ^G   = Esc

       wordstar
		   ^E	= Up	  ^A   = Beg	 ^V   =	Ins
		   ^N	= Down	  ^F   = Eol	 ^G   =	Del
		   ^F	= Right	  ^W   = Home	 ^]   =	InsLine
		   ^S	= Left	  ^Z   = End	 ^Y   =	DelLine
		   ^C	= PageDn  ^R   = PageUp	 ^N   =	Enter
		   ^M	= Return  ^I   = Tab	 ^H   =	Bs
		   ^[	= Esc

       vi      Vi mode has the 2  local	 modes:	 "insert  mode"	 and  "command
	       mode",  and  the	function of keys are quite different with each
	       mode.  You are in the command mode when	you  start  to	input,
	       then  you  must	input any key among 4 keys which switch	to the
	       insert mode, in order to	input normal keys.
		   (command mode)
		   k	= Up	  0    = Beg
		   j	= Down	  $    = Eol	 x    =	Del
		   l	= Right	  g    = Home
		   h	= Left	  G    = End	 D    =	DelLine
		   ^F	= PageDn  ^B   = PageUp	 o    =	Enter
		   ^M	= Return  ^I   = Tab	 ^H   =	Bs
		   ^[	= Esc
		   (from command mode to insert	mode)
		   i, :	= only switch its mode
				  I    = + Beg
		   a	= + Right A    = + Eol
		   R	= overwrite
		   r	= overwrite once
		   (insert mode)
		   ^V	= InsLine Esc  = to command mode

	       This key	binding	is so particular that it is not	 suitable  for
	       those who don't use vi editor everyday.

   Kana-Kanji IME (UNIX)
       You  can	input strings in the Kana-Kanji	IME mode, if you input the key
       specified by IMEKEY or select "Kanji" from the pseudo terminal menu.

       The translation performance will	depend on the  Kana-Kanji  translation
       dictionary  fd-dict.tbl.	  When it does not exist in the	same directory
       as the invoked fd exists, translation to	Kanji will not	be  available.
       The  standard  installed	 dictionary  file is the Tan-Kanji dictionary,
       which can support only the Tan-Kanji translation.  The dictionaly  such
       as the pubdic, which includes the Hinsi information, will bring you the
       Tan-Bunsetsu translation.  The Ren-Bunsetsu translation is not be  sup-
       ported.

       In the Kana-Kanji IME mode, the following key inputs are	available.
	      Space	Trancelate  to	Kanji,	or select the next translation
			candidate.
	      Left, Right
	      Up, Down	Move a cursor in the list of  the  translation	candi-
			date.
	      Bs, Del	Delete a character before the cursor position.
	      Tab	Toggle Hiragana, Katakana, Hankaku-Kana	and the	direct
			input.
	      ^L	Redraw the input string.
	      Return	Decide the translation result.
	      Esc	Cancel.

       When you	translate the string of	the capital 4 digit  hexadecimal  pre-
       fixed  by  a  capital letter, it	is regarded as the hexadecimal showing
       the following Kanji code	respectively.  Then the	menu will be displayed
       to select Kanji next to the Kanji code number.
	      S	  Shift	JIS
	      E	  EUC-JP
	      J	  JIS code (JIS	X0208)
	      K	  Kuten	code
	      U	  UNICODE (UCS2)
       When  you  input	[Space]	in the state where you decide an un-translated
       Kana, it	is regarded as the initial reading of Kanji.   Then  the  menu
       will be desplayed to select Kanji whose reading starts with the Kana.

   Parameter Macros
       You  can	use the	following parameter macros in the string which is used
       for the registration of command macros and for executing	command.  But,
       you  cannot  use	 them in the functions,	the input file for source com-
       mand, and the initial configuration file, then you should use evalmacro
       command when you	want to	use any	parameter macro	in them.

       %C      The  filename on	the cursor position.  Or, it indicates the ar-
	       chive filename, in the macro to register	the archiver command.

       %X      The filename except its extension on the	cursor position.   Or,
	       it  indicates the archive filename except its extension,	in the
	       macro to	register the archiver  command.	  Only	the  last  one
	       extension is removed.  T, TA, M trailing	%X are replaced	by %T,
	       %TA, %M except its extension respectively.  On MS-DOS  version,
	       you can describe	a trailing S as	well as	them.

       %P      The pathname of the current directory.

       %K      Prompt  and return to fd	after a	command	is finished.  But, the
	       meaning of %K is	reverse	in  EXECUTE_FILE  and  EXECUTE_SH;  it
	       prompts	by default and doesn't prompt if %K is specified.  You
	       can never specify to prompt in macros to	register  the  archive
	       browser	of  the	 launcher  and macros to register the archiver
	       command.

       %T      List marked files separated by spaces as	possible.  When	 files
	       are so many that	the command line length	exceeds	the OS limita-
	       tion, the rest of marked	files are ignored.

       %TA     List marked files as well as %T,	and repeat  the	 same  command
	       for spilt files to complete all marked files.

       %M      Execute the same	command	as many	times as marked	files, sending
	       the marked file one by one.  It is  useful  to  mark  files  by
	       MARK_FIND and execute "mv %M %XM.bak" by	EXECUTE_SH.

       %N      Restrain	 the  filename addition	even if	the parameter is omit-
	       ted.

       %R      Make you	input the additional parameter in executing  a	macro,
	       if  the length of command string	has enough margin.  The	cursor
	       position	in input is placed on the position of %R in  a	macro.
	       But, %R is ignored in macros to register	the archive browser of
	       the launcher, macros to register	the archiver command, and EXE-
	       CUTE_FILE, EXECUTE_SH.

       %S      The  8+3	 formed	filename with which the	LFN formed filename on
	       the cursor position is replaced.	 You can use it	when  you  use
	       external	 commands  which  can treat only 8+3 formed arguments.
	       T, TA, M	trailing %S can	be described as	well as	%X.  (DOS)

       %JS     The Kanji code of the string enclosed by	 this  macro  is  con-
	       verted into Shift JIS.  (UNIX)

       %JE     The  Kanji  code	 of  the string	enclosed by this macro is con-
	       verted into EUC-JP.  (UNIX)

       %J7     The Kanji code of the string enclosed by	 this  macro  is  con-
	       verted into 7bit	JIS.  (UNIX)

       %J8     The  Kanji  code	 of  the string	enclosed by this macro is con-
	       verted into 8bit	JIS.  (UNIX)

       %JJ     The Kanji code of the string enclosed by	 this  macro  is  con-
	       verted into ISO-2022-JP.	 (UNIX)

       %JH     The  Kanji  code	 of  the string	enclosed by this macro is con-
	       verted into HEX.	 (UNIX)

       %JC     The Kanji code of the string enclosed by	 this  macro  is  con-
	       verted into CAP.	 (UNIX)

       %JU     The  Kanji  code	 of  the string	enclosed by this macro is con-
	       verted into UTF-8.  (UNIX)

       %JM     The Kanji code of the string enclosed by	 this  macro  is  con-
	       verted into UTF-8 for Mac OS X.	(UNIX)

       %JI     The  Kanji  code	 of  the string	enclosed by this macro is con-
	       verted into UTF-8 for iconv,  which  is	used  on  environments
	       using iconv-based UTF-8 such as Linux.  (UNIX)

       %JA     The  Kanji  code	 of  the string	enclosed by this macro is con-
	       verted into the Kanji code which	is used	in the pathname	 indi-
	       cated by	the string.  The variables SJISPATH, EUCPATH, etc. can
	       specify what kanji code is used in each pathname.  (UNIX)

       When no filename	parameter, such	as %C and %T, is taken with the	result
       to expand parameter macros in a command macro, the filename on the cur-
       sor position is automatically added to the last of expanded string,  as
       ./filename  form.   This	 addition  is  not  done, in case of the input
       string for executing command, or	when %N	macro is specified.

   Customize
       You can customize fd as the following ways.  If you specify  some  con-
       figuration in multiple ways overlapped, it is prior in this order.

	  Executing builtin commands with EXECUTE_SH
		    You	can execute builtin commands for each registration for
		    the	internal variable definition, the environment variable
		    definition,	the alias definition, the function definition,
		    the	key binding, the keymap	changing, the launcher	regis-
		    tration, the archiver command registration,	and the	floppy
		    drive registration.

	  Customizer
		    EDIT_CONFIG	command	is available for the internal variable
		    definition,	 the  key  binding,  the  keymap changing, the
		    launcher registration, the archiver	command	 registration,
		    and	the floppy drive registration.

	  Command line options
		    You	 can specify the command line options as `-NAME=value'
		    form, to define the	internal variables.

	  .fd2rc    You	can prepare the	initial	configuration file  .fd2rc  on
		    your home directory, to execute the	command	which is writ-
		    ten	in this	file, before  the  startup  of	fd.   You  can
		    describe  builtin  commands	and external commands in it to
		    set	up each	configuration.	Yet, when fdsh is invoked as a
		    login shell, .fdshrc is read instead of .fd2rc.

		    The	 initial  configuration	 file /etc/fd2rc which is pre-
		    pared by a system administrator is read  preceding	.fd2rc
		    and	 .fdshrc.  If this file	exists,	the initial configura-
		    tions prepared by a	system administrator are valid	unless
		    you	intentionally delete them in .fd2rc and	.fdshrc.

		    (On	 MS-DOS	 version,  these  filenames  are $HOME\fd2.rc,
		    $HOME\fdsh.rc and ~FD\fd2rc.)

	  Environment variables
		    Any	valid variable name as the internal  variable  can  be
		    valid  to  be  defined  as	the  environment  variable  in
		    advance.  But the internal variable	is always prior	to the
		    environment	 variable in fd.  When the same	named environ-
		    ment variable is used in another application, you can also
		    use	 the  name  which  FD_ is prefixed to each environment
		    variable for fd only.  This	environment variable with  FD_
		    is	always	prior  to the environment variable without it,
		    then the definition	of the environment variable  with  FD_
		    is	prior to the definition	of the internal	variable with-
		    out	FD_.

   Customizer
       EDIT_CONFIG command invokes the customizer  to  set  up	configurations
       interactively.	You can	select the category with the right/left	cursor
       key, and	select the item	with the up/down cursor	key,  and  change  its
       content	with  [Return].	 When you finish to change, exit from the cus-
       tomizer with [Esc].

       The following categories	are prepared.
	  Variables Change the value of	internal variables.  The input	method
		    is different with the variable, then you should input fol-
		    lowing the guidance	on screen.
	  Key bind  Change the command bound to	each key.  When	you newly bind
		    a  command	to  the	key with no binding, you should	select
		    "NewEntry".	 If you	select "Delete bind", the existent key
		    binding is deleted.
	  Key map   Change  the	key code mapping for each special key.	If you
		    push [Esc] when you	are prompted  to  push	the  key,  the
		    existent key mapping is deleted.  (UNIX)
	  Launcher  Change the launcher	registration for each extension.  When
		    you	newly register a launcher for the  extension  with  no
		    registration,  you should select "NewEntry".  If you input
		    a null line	when you input a command for the launcher, the
		    existent launcher registration is deleted.
	  Archiver  Change  the	 archiver command registration for each	exten-
		    sion.  When	you newly register a archiver command for  the
		    extension  with no registration, you should	select "NewEn-
		    try".  If you input	a null line both when you input	a com-
		    mand for pack/unpack, the existent archiver	command	regis-
		    tration is deleted.
	  DOS drive Change the floppy drive registration.  When	you newly reg-
		    ister  a floppy drive for the drive	name with no registra-
		    tion, you should select "NewEntry".	 If you	input  a  null
		    line  when	you  input  a device name, the existent	floppy
		    drive registration is deleted.  (UNIX)
	  Save	    Save the configurations changed with the customizer	into a
		    file,  or cancel configurations to restore to the previous
		    state.
		    Cancel    Cancel the  changed  configurations  within  the
			      specified	 categories,  and restore to the state
			      before the customizer is invoked.
		    Clear     Cancel all the configurations within the	speci-
			      fied  categories,	 and  restore  to  the default
			      state.
		    Load      Load configurations from the specified file.
		    Save      Save all the configurations within the specified
			      categories to the	specified file.
		    Overwrite Overwrite	 all  the  configurations  within  the
			      specified	categories to the  specified  existent
			      file.   The  original  configurations  which has
			      existed in the file are parsed, and the configu-
			      ration for the same target is overwritten	at the
			      same  place  as  possible.   The	configurations
			      which are	not set	up at present and the configu-
			      rations which are	 not  supported	 by  the  cus-
			      tomizer are remains as it	is.

		    When  you  specify the range of categories,	all categories
		    are	selected by default, then you should turn on/off  each
		    selection with [Space] and decide with [Return].

       If  you	try  to	exit from the customizer without saving	after changing
       any configuration, you will be confirmed	whether	if it is right to exit
       without	saving.	 While the changed configurations themselves are valid
       even if you exit	without	saving,	when you want them to be valid in  the
       next  invoked  fd,  you	must  save them	into the initial configuration
       file.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
       The following environment variables are valid in	fd.  These environment
       variables  can  be valid	if they	are defined as the internal variables.
       You can specify them as the command line	options	in `-NAME=value' form.
       But  the	 variables  followed by	* cannot be use	with the prefix	FD_ as
       the environment variables.

       ADJTTY	     Reset the terminal	mode forcedly  to  the	normal	state,
		     when fd is	finished.  Invoking fd can adjust the terminal
		     rightly from the state displaying broken characters.  Any
		     value except 0 and	null effects valid.  (UNIX)

       ANSICOLOR     Colorize  the  file display.  When	the terminal which you
		     use supports the color control escape  sequence  of  ANSI
		     standard,	each file is displayed with color according to
		     its file type.  If	the value is 1,	it is  colorized.   If
		     the  value	 is  2,	 the  background color is forced to be
		     black, for	the case that the foreground color is the same
		     as	 the  background  color	and indistinguishable.	If the
		     value is 3, the foreground	color is forced	to be black.

       ANSIPALETTE   Specify color palette according to	 file  type  when  the
		     file  display is colorized.  This variable	value consists
		     of	a numeric value	whose maximum columns are 11  columns.
		     The  number  of  each  column shows a color number, which
		     specifies the color of file type corresponding  with  its
		     column.   The  following are correspondence of the	column
		     number to the file	type.
			 1    normal file
			 2    background
			 3    directory
			 4    unwritable file
			 5    unreadable file
			 6    symbolic link
			 7    socket (or system	file on	MS-DOS)
			 8    FIFO (or label on	MS-DOS)
			 9    block device
			 10   character	device
			 11   executable file

		     The following are the meaning of color  number  specified
		     on	each column.
			 0    black
			 1    red
			 2    green
			 3    yellow
			 4    blue
			 5    magenta
			 6    cyan
			 7    white
			 8    default color for	foreground
			 9    default color for	background

		     The color number 8	is forced to be	black, if the value of
		     ANSICOLOR the variable is	3.   The  color	 number	 9  is
		     forced  to	 be black, if the value	of ANSICOLOR the vari-
		     able is 2.

		     When the columns are less than 11 or this variable	is not
		     set,  the	standard color palette will be applied for the
		     file type corresponding with the following	columns.   The
		     standard  color palette is	described with the above color
		     number as 89624351888.

       AUTOUPDATE    Specify the interval in seconds to	 update	 automatically
		     the  browser  screen  or  the  tree screen.  When the key
		     input idles for the specified seconds, the	current	infor-
		     mation of file list will be updated.  If this value is 0,
		     the screen	will never updated automatically.  The default
		     value is 0.

       BASICCUSTOM   Limit  the	 internal  variables for configuration only to
		     basic variables in	the customizer,	to hide	advanced vari-
		     ables.  Any value except 0	and null effects valid.

       CDPATH*	     Specify  the  search  path	 when  an  argument  of	cd the
		     builtin command does not start with /.  You  can  specify
		     multiple  paths  separating  with ':'.  No	search path is
		     specified by default.

       COLUMNS*	     The variable for the columns of a	terminal  screen.   If
		     some  value is set, this value will be replaced automati-
		     cally according to	changing the screen size.  If no value
		     is	set, this value	will remain unset.

       COMSPEC	     Specify  the shell	used to	invoke a batch file.  If unde-
		     fined, the	shell defined by SHELL the  internal  variable
		     or	\COMMAND.COM is	used.  (DOS)

       COPYCMD*	     Specify the default options used by copy the builtin com-
		     mand.

       DEFCOLUMNS    Specify the columns displayed in the screen  when	fd  is
		     invoked.	The  default  value  is	2.  If you specify the
		     value except 1, 2,	3 and 5, it is ignored.

       DEFKCODE	     Specify the system	default	 Kanji	code.	The  arguments
		     passed  to	external commands invoked from fd will be con-
		     verted into the  specified	 Kanji	code.	When  you  use
		     macros  such as %C	and %JJ, it will be converted into the
		     Kanji code	according to each macro.   JIS8,  JUNET,  HEX,
		     CAP,  etc.	 among them are	the Kanji codes	used in	Samba.
		     (UNIX)
			 SJIS, sjis	Shift JIS
			 EUC, euc	EUC-JP
			 JIS, jis	7bit JIS
			 JIS8, jis8	8bit JIS
			 JUNET,	junet	ISO-2022-JP
			 OJIS, ojis	7bit JIS (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 OJIS8,	ojis8	8bit JIS (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 OJUNET, ojunet	ISO-2022-JP (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 HEX, hex	HEX
			 CAP, cap	CAP
			 UTF8, utf8	UTF-8
			 UTF8-mac, mac	UTF-8 for Mac OS X
			 UTF8-iconv	UTF-8 for iconv
			 default	no convert

       DIRCOUNTLIMIT Specify the maximum number	of files read from the	direc-
		     tory  in  the tree	screen.	 When the directory trailed by
		     '>' has no	sub directory,	the  expanded  result  is  not
		     changed.	If the number of files (including directories)
		     in	the directory is within	this value, the	directory with
		     no	 sub  directory	 is  not  trailed  '>' from the	first.
		     Moreover, the file	list in	the directory displayed	on the
		     right  of	screen	is  not	displayed over this value.  If
		     this value	is 0, you can realize a	comfortable  operation
		     speed  even in the	slow machine.  The default value is 50
		     files.

       DIRCMD*	     Specify the default options used by dir the builtin  com-
		     mand.

       DIRHIST	     Specify  the  maximum  number  of the directory histories
		     which can be referred by the directory input  line.   The
		     default  value  is	50.  If	this value is 0, you can refer
		     to	no directory history.

       DIRHISTFILE   Specify the name of the directory history file which  can
		     be	 referred  by  the  directory  input line.  Unless you
		     specify it, the  directory	 history  is  not  loaded  nor
		     saved.  The default value is not specified.

       DIRHISTUMASK  Specify  the file creation	mask with octal	expression for
		     the directory history file.  It is	used only if no	 exis-
		     tent  file	 exists.   But the mask	value set by umask the
		     builtin command is	prior, then actual mask	value  is  the
		     logical OR	of this	value and umask	value.

       DISPLAYMODE   Specify  the  filename display mode of the	file list when
		     fd	is invoked.  Each of the symbolic link mode, the  file
		     type  symbol  mode	 and  the dot file display mode	can be
		     selected individually.  The default value is 0.  The fol-
		     lowing are	specifiable values.
			 0    standard
			 1    SYMLINK
			 2		  FILETYPE
			 3    SYMLINK &	  FILETYPE
			 4			       DOTFILE
			 5    SYMLINK &		       DOTFILE
			 6		  FILETYPE &   DOTFILE
			 7    SYMLINK &	  FILETYPE &   DOTFILE

		     Moreover,	on the OS which	supports the file flag,	if you
		     specify the value adding 8	to each	value, you can	select
		     the file flag display mode.

       DOSDRIVE	     Validate the access function to the MS-DOS	floppy.	 If no
		     floppy drive is registered, this validation  cannot  make
		     you  access  the  floppy.	 Any  value  except 0 and null
		     effects valid.

		     On	MS-DOS version,	This definition	can make you treat the
		     LFN  formed filename in the old DOS before	Ver. 6.xx.  In
		     this case,	you don't have to register any	floppy	drive.
		     the  access  speed	 may  be slow or some functions	may be
		     restricted	for the	reason to operate the disk I/O not  by
		     way of OS.

       DUMBSHELL     Don't  use	 any control sequences to edit command line in
		     the internal shell.  In the internal  shell,  the	cursor
		     addressing	 of  terminal  mode  is	not valid.  In case of
		     some terminal such	as  a  console	terminal,  the	cursor
		     addressing	 cannot	 work correctly	in this	terminal mode,
		     and the editing string is	displayed  incorrectly.	  When
		     this variable is valid, while no control sequence is used
		     to	edit command line, an  inefficient  cursor  addressing
		     will  cause  restriction of some functions	and failure of
		     response.	Any value except 0 and null effects valid.

       EDITMODE	     Specify the edit mode of key input	as  the	 string.   The
		     default value is emacs.  The value	except emacs, wordstar
		     and vi or null are	specified, any	control	 character  is
		     not converted and will be sent as it is.

       EDITOR	     Specify the editor	command	used for editing files.

       ENV*	     Specify  the  additional  initial configuration file when
		     invoked as	fdsh.  You must	specify	its filename as	 full-
		     path.   When this variable	is set,	the initial configura-
		     tion file is read after /etc/fd2rc, and before .fd2rc  or
		     .fdshrc.	This  value  will  be ignored if your real and
		     effective UIDs or real and	effective GIDs are different.

       FCEDIT	     Specify the editor	command	used for fc the	 builtin  com-
		     mand.

       FD_VERSION    A version string of the running fd.

       FNAMEKCODE    Specify  the  Kanji  code	for filename.  Any filename is
		     converted into the	specified Kanji	code at	the  point  of
		     accessing	the file, then you can refer to	the file which
		     has a Kanji filename  from	 another  machine  on  network
		     which  use	 a  different Kanji code.  The archive browser
		     and browse	the builtin command also refer	the  specified
		     Kanji  code.   JIS8, JUNET, HEX, CAP, etc.	among them are
		     the Kanji codes used in Samba.  (UNIX)
			 SJIS, sjis	Shift JIS
			 EUC, euc	EUC-JP
			 JIS, jis	7bit JIS
			 JIS8, jis8	8bit JIS
			 JUNET,	junet	ISO-2022-JP
			 OJIS, ojis	7bit JIS (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 OJIS8,	ojis8	8bit JIS (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 OJUNET, ojunet	ISO-2022-JP (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 HEX, hex	HEX
			 CAP, cap	CAP
			 UTF8, utf8	UTF-8
			 UTF8-mac, mac	UTF-8 for Mac OS X
			 UTF8-iconv	UTF-8 for iconv
			 default	no convert

       FREQFILE	     Specify the translation  frequency	 file  for  the	 users
		     Kana-Kanji	 translation learning.	If the filename	is not
		     defined, the frequency information	will not be saved  nor
		     be	referred.  The default value is	~/.fd_freq.  (UNIX)

       FREQUMASK     Specify  the file creation	mask with octal	expression for
		     the translation frequency file for	the  users  Kana-Kanji
		     translation  learning.  The updated translation frequency
		     file will be rebuilt, not be overwritten, so that	it  is
		     used  even	 if  existent file exists.  But	the mask value
		     set by umask the builtin command is  prior,  then	actual
		     mask  value  is  the  logical  OR of this value and umask
		     value.  (UNIX)

       FTPADDRESS    Specify the mail address used as the password for	anony-
		     mous  FTP,	when the URL drive connects the	FTP host.  The
		     default value is FDclone@.	 (UNIX)

       FTPLOGFILE    Specify the filename to which communication logs are out-
		     putted,  when  the	 URL  drive  communicates with the FTP
		     host.  If it is not specified as fullpath nor  you	 don't
		     prepare the directory in which the	log file is stored, no
		     log will be outputted.  (UNIX)

       FTPPROXY	     Specify the URL used as the proxy server,	when  the  URL
		     drive   connects	the  FTP  host.	  The  URL  format  is
		     scheme://[user[:password]@]host[:port].  You can  specify
		     ftp  or http as scheme.  You can specify account informa-
		     tion to connect the proxy server as  user	and  password.
		     The default value is not specified.  (UNIX)

       FUNCLAYOUT    Specify the layout	of the function	line, as the form of n
		     * 100 + size.  N means the	number of function keys	to  be
		     displayed	in  the	 function  line.  Size means the block
		     size of function keys to be displayed.  The default value
		     is	1005.  (It means 10 function keys will be displayed, 5
		     of	which are grouped.)

       HIDEPASSWD    Suppress displaying * as a	replacement for	 the  inputted
		     letter,  when the URL drive requires you to input a pass-
		     word.  Any	value except 0 and null	effects	valid.	(UNIX)

       HISTFILE	     Specify the name of the command history file which	can be
		     referred  by  EXECUTE_FILE	 and  EXECUTE_SH.   Unless you
		     specify it, the command history is	not loaded nor	saved.
		     The default value is ~/.fd_history.

		     (On MS-DOS	version, The default value is $HOME\fd.hst.)

       HISTSIZE	     Specify the maximum number	of the command histories which
		     can be referred  by  EXECUTE_FILE	and  EXECUTE_SH.   The
		     default  value  is	50.  If	this value is 0, you can refer
		     to	no command history.

       HISTUMASK     Specify the file creation mask with octal expression  for
		     the command history file.	It is used only	if no existent
		     file exists.  But the mask	value set by umask the builtin
		     command  is  prior, then actual mask value	is the logical
		     OR	of this	value and umask	value.

       HOME*	     Specify the default value when  no	 argument  of  cd  the
		     builtin  command  is  specified.  When invoked as a login
		     shell, if	this  variable	is  specified  that  directory
		     becomes the current directory, otherwise your home	direc-
		     tory is automatically defined as this value.

       HTMLLOGFILE   Specify the filename to which received HTML data log  are
		     outputted,	 when the URL drive communicates with the HTTP
		     host.  If it is not specified as fullpath nor  you	 don't
		     prepare the directory in which the	log file is stored, no
		     log will be outputted.  (UNIX)

       HTTPLOGFILE   Specify the filename to which communication logs are out-
		     putted,  when  the	 URL  drive communicates with the HTTP
		     host.  If it is not specified as fullpath nor  you	 don't
		     prepare the directory in which the	log file is stored, no
		     log will be outputted.  (UNIX)

       HTTPPROXY     Specify the URL used as the proxy server,	when  the  URL
		     drive   connects  the  HTTP  host.	  The  URL  format  is
		     scheme://[user[:password]@]host[:port].  You can  specify
		     http  as  scheme.	You can	specify	account	information to
		     connect the proxy	server	as  user  and  password.   The
		     default value is not specified.  (UNIX)

       IFS*	     Specify  the internal field separators.  They are used in
		     EXECUTE_SH	to separate command and	arguments.  Space, tab
		     and newline are specified by default.

       IGNORECASE    Ignore  uppercase/lowercase  when filenames are compared.
		     Any value except 0	and null effects valid.	 (UNIX)

       IMEBUFFER     Specify whether if	the Kana-Kanji	translation  table  is
		     held  on  memory  or  not.	  It will be fast to translate
		     strings from Kana to Kanji.  You should set this  if  you
		     have  enough  memory.  The	following are specifiable val-
		     ues.  (UNIX)
			 0    not hold on memory
			 1    only the Hinsi information table
			 2    also includes the	index tables
			 3    hold all tables

       IMELEARNING   Specify the learning level	with the translation frequency
		     file  for the users Kana-Kanji translation	learning.  The
		     larger value will increase	the  importance	 of  the  fre-
		     quency  information.   If	the  value is 0, the frequency
		     information is only saved,	without	 any  reference.   The
		     default value is 16.  (UNIX)

       IMEKEY	     Specify  the  key to toggle the direct input mode and the
		     Kana-Kanji	IME mode when you input	some strings.  You can
		     describe  the same	key name as bind command.  The default
		     value is not specified.  (UNIX)

       INHERITCOPY   Inherit the destination timestamp from the	 source	 time-
		     stamp  when  COPY_FILE  command  is  executed.  Any value
		     except 0 and null effects valid.  (UNIX)

		     (On MS-DOS	version, the destination timestamp  is	always
		     inherited,	if this	variable is effective or not.)

       INPUTKCODE    Specify the Kanji code for	input from keyboard.  When the
		     value except the following	is specified, the  Kanji  code
		     specified in compile is valid.  (UNIX)
			 SJIS, sjis	Shift JIS
			 EUC, euc	EUC-JP
			 UTF8, utf8	UTF-8
			 UTF8-mac, mac	UTF-8 for Mac OS X
			 UTF8-iconv	UTF-8 for iconv

       LANGUAGE	     Specify the language for display character.  It means not
		     only each messages	displayed by fd, but also a Kanji code
		     of	 filename  to be converted.  The following is the kind
		     of	languages, it doesn't have to be the string itself and
		     is	 enough	 to  contain the string, the value of LANG the
		     environment variable also can be used.  JIS8, JUNET, etc.
		     among them	are the	Kanji codes used in Samba.
			 SJIS, sjis	Shift JIS
			 EUC, euc	EUC-JP
			 JIS, jis	7bit JIS
			 JIS8, jis8	8bit JIS
			 JUNET,	junet	ISO-2022-JP
			 OJIS, ojis	7bit JIS (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 OJIS8,	ojis8	8bit JIS (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 OJUNET, ojunet	ISO-2022-JP (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 UTF8, utf8	UTF-8
			 UTF8-mac, mac	UTF-8 for Mac OS X
			 UTF8-iconv	UTF-8 for iconv
			 en, C,	POSIX	English	(message only)
			 default	no convert

		     (On MS-DOS	version, only the English is valid.)

       LINENO*	     Indicate  the  current line number.  When not in a	script
		     nor function, this	value cannot  be  guaranteed  to  make
		     sense.   If  you unset or reset this value, this variable
		     will lose its special meaning to be treated as a  general
		     variable.

       LINES*	     The variable for the lines	of a terminal screen.  If some
		     value is set, this	value will be  replaced	 automatically
		     according	to  changing  the screen size.	If no value is
		     set, this value will remain unset.

       LOGFILE	     Specify the log filename  with  the  level	 spacified  by
		     LOGLEVEL  or  ROOTLOGLEVEL.   If  it  is not specified as
		     fullpath, it will be regarded as the path under your home
		     directory.	  You  must prepare the	directory in which the
		     log file is stored, because any directories are not  cre-
		     ated automatically.  The default value is not specified.

       LOGLEVEL	     Specify  the  priority for	the log	contents.  The default
		     value is 0.
			 0	 no log
			 1	 only warning such as writing
			 2	 notice	such as	changing, and over
			 3	 info. such as refering, and over
			 >= 4	 debug level, and over

		     The same operation	can result as an error to  output  the
		     log in the	lower priority by 1 level.

       LOGSIZE	     Specify the maximum kilobyte size for the log file	speci-
		     fied by LOGFILE.  If the size  exceeds  this  value,  the
		     last log file will	be renamed as the filename followed by
		     the extension .old	to create another new log  file.   The
		     default  value is 1024(1MB).  If this value is 0, the log
		     file will not be renamed.

       LOOPCURSOR    Loop a cursor moving within the same page,	when you  move
		     a cursor.	Any value except 0 and null effects valid.

       MAIL*	     Specify  the  spool filename when the internal shell will
		     check new mails.  If MAILPATH is  set,  it	 is  prior  to
		     this.  (UNIX)

       MAILCHECK*    Specify  the  interval  of	checking new mails in seconds,
		     for the spool files specified by MAILPATH or  MAIL.   The
		     default  value  is	 600  seconds.	If this	value is 0, it
		     will be checked before each prompt.  (UNIX)

       MAILPATH*     Specify the multiple spool	filenames, as the  list	 sepa-
		     rated by :, when the internal shell will check new	mails.
		     The any specified files will be checked.  Each  filenames
		     can  be followed by % and a arrival message of new	mails.
		     The default message is you	have mail.  (UNIX)

       MESSAGELANG   Specify the language for display character.  The language
		     of	 messages  specified  by this will be prior to the one
		     specified by LANGUAGE.  When the message is Japanese, the
		     Kanji code	will be	defined	by the value of	LANGUAGE.  The
		     following is the kind of languages, it doesn't have to be
		     the  string  itself  and is enough	to contain the string,
		     the value of LANG the environment variable	 also  can  be
		     used.  Otherwise, In case of some additional message cat-
		     alogs are prepared, you can specify its extension as  the
		     catalog name for MESSAGELANG to replace messages.
			 en, C,	POSIX	English
			 ja		Japanese
			 default	the value of LANGUAGE

       MINFILENAME   Specify  the minimum character length of filename display
		     area in the file list.  When the area enough to be	speci-
		     fied  here	cannot be obtained, the	information is reduced
		     in	the order of UID, GID, timestamp, size.	  The  default
		     value is 12 characters.

       OPTARG*	     An	 option	argument is substituted	in getopts the builtin
		     command.

       OPTIND*	     Specify the index of the next parameter  in  getopts  the
		     builtin command.

       PAGER	     Specify the pager command used for	viewing	files.

       PATH*	     Specify  the search path for executing external commands.
		     You can specify multiple paths separating with ':'.

       PPID*	     Indicate the process ID of	the  parent  proccess  for  fd
		     which is invoked first.  (UNIX)

       PRECEDEPATH   Specify  the file preceding function, which displays only
		     filenames before obtaining	their  file  information,  for
		     the directory which has a lot of files like as /dev.  You
		     can specify multiple pathnames separating with ':'.   You
		     are  enough  to  specify only the top directory where you
		     want to realize the file  preceding  function,  then  the
		     file  preceding  function is valid	in all of the directo-
		     ries under	that directory.	 When the file preceding func-
		     tion  is  effective,  any	files  are  not	sorted in that
		     directory,	and file information is	obtained file by  file
		     while waiting the key input.  No pathname is specified by
		     default.

       PRECOPYMENU   Display the menu in advance, which	ask you	 what  do  you
		     want  with	the same named files and the restricted	files,
		     when you copy, move, or delete multiple files.   In  case
		     of	 too  many  target  files, it avoids the occurrence of
		     query after waiting for a moment.	Any value except 0 and
		     null effects valid.

       PROGRESSBAR   Display  the  progress bar, which indicates the progress,
		     when you copy, move, or delete files.  It needs the  time
		     to	 calculate the progress, to make the processing	time a
		     little longer than	no progress bar.  Any value  except  0
		     and null effects valid.

       PS1	     Specify  the  prompt  string of input line	in EXECUTE_SH.
		     The  default  value  is  "$ ".   The   following	escape
		     sequences are available.
			 \u   username (UNIX)
			 \h   hostname (UNIX)
			 \H   hostname (including domain name) (UNIX)
			 \w   fullpath of current directory
			 \~   fullpath of current directory
			      (to simplify home	directory with ~)
			 \W   current directory	name
			 \!   command history number
			 \$   if UID is	0, a #,	otherwise a $ (UNIX)
			 \[   beginning	of non-printing	sequence
			      (terminal	control	character etc.)
			 \]   ending of	non-printing sequence
			 \e   ESC (\033)
			 \ooo character	indicated by the octal ooo
			 \\   \	itself

       PS2	     Specify  the  prompt string when more continuous input is
		     needed in EXECUTE_SH.  The	default	value is "> ".

       PS4*	     Specify the prompt	string with which command strings  are
		     displayed when you	do set -x.

       PTYINKCODE    Specify  the  Kanji  code	for  the  string passed	to the
		     pseudo terminal.  The string, which is converted from the
		     Kanji  code  specified  by	 INPUTKCODE  to	the Kanji code
		     specified by this command,	is inputted to	any  processes
		     running  on  the  pseudo terminal.	 This variable has the
		     individual	value for each pseudo terminal,	 so  that  you
		     should  change value of the variable on the pseudo	termi-
		     nal to change the input Kanji code	of the pseudo terminal
		     running already.  (UNIX)
			 SJIS, sjis	Shift JIS
			 EUC, euc	EUC-JP
			 UTF8, utf8	UTF-8
			 UTF8-mac, mac	UTF-8 for Mac OS X
			 UTF8-iconv	UTF-8 for iconv
			 default	no convert

       PTYMENUKEY    Specify  the  key	to open	the pseudo terminal menu while
		     you are handling the pseudo terminal.  You	 can  describe
		     the  same	key  name as bind command.  You	can select the
		     following items in	the pseudo terminal menu:  "SendAsIs",
		     "InputCode",  "Break",  "NextWindow"  and	"Kanji".  Each
		     item means	respectively: sending the pseudo terminal menu
		     key as is,	inputting the key name to be sent, terminating
		     forcedly the process  running  in	the  pseudo  terminal,
		     changing to the next window, invoking the Kana-Kanji IME.
		     In	"InputCode", you can use the key  name	like  as  bind
		     command, and also the Kanji code number used in the Kana-
		     Kanji IME mode.  But you cannot  select  "NextWindow"  in
		     the  non-split  window  mode.   The  default value	is not
		     specified.	 (UNIX)

       PTYMODE	     Use the pseudo terminal to	invoke external	commands.   In
		     the  split	 window	mode, the independent pseudo terminals
		     for every windows will be opened and enable you to	handle
		     simultaneously  multiple external commands	via terminals.
		     If	the terminal in	use can	 not  provide  some  functions
		     required  for the terminal	emulation, the pseudo terminal
		     may not work correctly.  Any  value  except  0  and  null
		     effects valid.  (UNIX)

       PTYOUTKCODE   Specify  the  Kanji  code	for the	string passed from the
		     pseudo terminal.  The string, which is converted from the
		     Kanji  code  specified  by	this command to	the Kanji code
		     specified by LANGUAGE, is displayed  from	any  processes
		     running  on  the  pseudo terminal.	 This variable has the
		     individual	value for each pseudo terminal,	 so  that  you
		     should  change value of the variable on the pseudo	termi-
		     nal to change the output Kanji code of the	pseudo	termi-
		     nal running already.  (UNIX)
			 SJIS, sjis	Shift JIS
			 EUC, euc	EUC-JP
			 UTF8, utf8	UTF-8
			 UTF8-mac, mac	UTF-8 for Mac OS X
			 UTF8-iconv	UTF-8 for iconv
			 default	no convert

       PTYTERM	     Specify  the value	of TERM	the environment	variable to be
		     passed to external	commands, when you use the pseudo ter-
		     minal.   Some  termcap(5)	or terminfo(5) may cause unex-
		     pected behavior of	the pseudo terminal, you should	 spec-
		     ify the effective terminal	name in	your environment.  The
		     default value is vt100.  (UNIX)

       PWD*	     The variable for the current directory with the  absolute
		     representation.  If some value is set, this value will be
		     replaced automatically according to changing the  current
		     directory.	  If  no  value	is set,	this value will	remain
		     unset.  If	this is	passed as an environment variable when
		     invoked,  and  this value and the current directory indi-
		     cate the same directory logically,	then it	is used	as the
		     default  value  for  the current directory.  It is	useful
		     when you want to specify the logical  pathname  following
		     symbolic links.

       ROOTLOGLEVEL  Specify  the  priority  for the log contents of the super
		     user.  The	default	value is 1.  (UNIX)
			 0	 no log
			 1	 only warning such as writing
			 2	 notice	such as	changing, and over
			 3	 info. such as refering, and over
			 >= 4	 debug level, and over

		     The same operation	can result as an error to  output  the
		     log in the	lower priority by 1 level.

       RRPATH	     Display files under the directory mounted by CD-ROM, with
		     the pseudo	ISO 9660 RockRidge Extension, for the OS which
		     cannot support RockRidge Extension.  You can specify mul-
		     tiple mount points	separating with	':'.  You  are	enough
		     to	specify	only the top directory mounted by CD-ROM, then
		     the pseudo	RockRidge Extension function is	valid  in  all
		     of	the directories	under that directory.  This is no more
		     than a pseudo extension, which  only  replaces  filenames
		     according	to  TRANS.TBL,	and  cannot handle some	CD-ROM
		     which has an inconsistent TRANS.TBL.  No mount  point  is
		     specified by default.

       SAVEDIRHIST   Specify the maximum number	saved to the directory history
		     file.  The	default	value is 50.  If this value is	0,  no
		     directory history file is saved.

       SAVEHIST	     Specify  the  maximum number saved	to the command history
		     file.  The	default	value is 50.  If this value is	0,  no
		     command history file is saved.

       SECOND	     Display  the  second in the clock of the title line.  But
		     the clock is adjusted correctly  every  10	 seconds,  and
		     some  gap	from  the  real	 time will be occurred in this
		     span.  Any	value except 0 and null	effects	valid.

       SHELL	     When the filename part of this specified value is rfd  or
		     rfdsh, the	shell becomes a	restricted shell as well as -r
		     option when invoked.   This  variable  also  specify  the
		     shell which can be	invoked	from EXECUTE_SH.

       SIZEINFO	     Display  the  file	 size  information  line at the	top of
		     screen.  The total	size displayed here is not the sum  of
		     bytes  but	 the sum of disk block size occupied actually.
		     Any value except 0	and null effects valid.

       SIZEUNIT	     Represent the huge	file size  which  overflows  the  dis-
		     played  digit  with  the  prefix of the SI	unit, as "KB",
		     "MB" and so on.  Any value	 except	 0  and	 null  effects
		     valid.

       SORTTREE	     Sort  directories	in  the	 tree screen.  The sorted type
		     specified by SORT_DIR is used, but	they can not be	sorted
		     when  it  is  "by size" or	"by timestamp".	 The directory
		     included in the current directory path is	always	placed
		     on	 the  top  of  directory  tree,	 with no regard	to the
		     sorted type.  Any value except 0 and null effects valid.

       SORTTYPE	     The file list in the browser  screen  is  not  sorted  by
		     default, but placed in order registered in	the directory.
		     This variable specify it to be sorted  by	default.   The
		     following are specifiable values.
			 0    not sort
			 1    by filename    9	  by filename(reverse)
			 2    by extension   10	  by extension(reverse)
			 3    by size	     11	  by size(reverse)
			 4    by timestamp   12	  by timestamp(reverse)
			 5    by length	     13	  by length(reverse)
			 100-113   keep	the last sorted	type
			 200-213   keep	it also	in archive browser

		     If	you specify the	value of 100-113, it is	sorted accord-
		     ing to the	value indicated	by lower 2 digits  just	 after
		     invoked, the last specified sorted	type is	kept when mov-
		     ing directory.  If	you specify the	value of 200-213,  the
		     last  sort	 type will be kept also	after invoking the ar-
		     chive browser.

       TERM*	     Specity the terminal name.	  When	this  value  is	 dumb,
		     unknown  or  un,  it  is regarded as the dumb terminal to
		     suppress any escape sequences in the  internal  shell  in
		     spite  of	DUMBSHELL.   If	 this  value does not exist in
		     termcap(5)	and terminfo(5)	entry, it is  executable  only
		     when  it  is  invoked as fdsh.  The terminal name will be
		     variable dynamically, then	you can	re-specify  the	 suit-
		     able  one	as  this  value	after invoked for some strange
		     terminal display and key input.

       THRUARGS	     Pass through the pathnames	as is, which is	 specified  as
		     the  startup  arguments.	Fd  expands the	meta character
		     such as ~ and ${#}	 in  the  given	 pathname  by  itself,
		     because the obsolete low-level shell cannot support these
		     expansion extended	by POSIX.  Fd can sometimes expand the
		     pathname given by the shell into the unexpected string as
		     a result of duplicate expansion, because the latest high-
		     level  shell  generally  support  these  expansion.  This
		     variable will be suppress	the  expansion	of  arguments.
		     Any value except 0	and null effects valid.

       TMPDIR	     Specify  the working directory where the archiver command
		     temporarily  unpack  files	 in  the  archive  file.   The
		     default value is /tmp.

		     (On MS-DOS	version, The default value is `.'.)

       TMPUMASK	     Specify  the file creation	mask with octal	expression for
		     files and directories created temporarily in TMPDIR.  But
		     the mask value set	by umask the builtin command is	prior,
		     then actual mask value is the logical OR  of  this	 value
		     and umask value.

       TRADLAYOUT    Use  the  traditional screen layout based on the original
		     "FD".  In this layout, the	file size information will  be
		     always  displayed,	 whether SIZEINFO is set or not.  When
		     the screen	width is less than 80 columns, this specifica-
		     tion  is  invalid.	  Any  value except 0 and null effects
		     valid.

       UNICODEBUFFER Hold the UNICODE translation table	on memory.  It will be
		     fast  to access the floppy	drive and to translate from/to
		     UTF-8.  You should	set this if you	 have  enough  memory.
		     Any value except 0	and null effects valid.

       URLDRIVE	     Validate the function of the URL drive.  Any value	except
		     0 and null	effects	valid.	(UNIX)

       URLKCODE	     Specify the Kanji code for	filename on the	host with  the
		     URL  drive.   JIS8,  JUNET, HEX, CAP, etc.	among them are
		     the Kanji codes used in Samba.  (UNIX)
			 SJIS, sjis	Shift JIS
			 EUC, euc	EUC-JP
			 JIS, jis	7bit JIS
			 JIS8, jis8	8bit JIS
			 JUNET,	junet	ISO-2022-JP
			 OJIS, ojis	7bit JIS (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 OJIS8,	ojis8	8bit JIS (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 OJUNET, ojunet	ISO-2022-JP (JIS C6226-1978 + roman)
			 HEX, hex	HEX
			 CAP, cap	CAP
			 UTF8, utf8	UTF-8
			 UTF8-mac, mac	UTF-8 for Mac OS X
			 UTF8-iconv	UTF-8 for iconv
			 default	no convert

       URLOPTIONS    Specify communication options, when the URL drive	commu-
		     nicates  with  the	 host.	 You  can  select individually
		     whether if	PASV, PORT, MDTM, FEAT each commands  for  the
		     FTP  communication	 are limited or	not, or	whether	if the
		     exact file	information is need or not.  On	the HTTP  pro-
		     tocol,  you will get the timestamp	and size of files with
		     some rounding error in  bulk.   If	 you  need  the	 exact
		     information,  the	operations by file will	spend the more
		     communication time.  The default value is 0.  The follow-
		     ing are specifiable values.  (UNIX)
			 0    standard
			 1    PASV
			 2	      PORT
			 3    PASV &  PORT
			 4		      MDTM
			 5    PASV &	      MDTM
			 6	      PORT &  MDTM
			 7    PASV &  PORT &  MDTM
			 8			      FEAT
			 9    PASV &		      FEAT
			 10	      PORT &	      FEAT
			 11   PASV &  PORT &	      FEAT
			 12		      MDTM &  FEAT
			 13   PASV &	      MDTM &  FEAT
			 14	      PORT &  MDTM &  FEAT
			 15   PASV &  PORT &  MDTM &  FEAT
			 16				      HTTP
			 17   PASV &			      HTTP
			 18	      PORT &		      HTTP
			 19   PASV &  PORT &		      HTTP
			 20		      MDTM &	      HTTP
			 21   PASV &	      MDTM &	      HTTP
			 22	      PORT &  MDTM &	      HTTP
			 23   PASV &  PORT &  MDTM &	      HTTP
			 24			      FEAT &  HTTP
			 25   PASV &		      FEAT &  HTTP
			 26	      PORT &	      FEAT &  HTTP
			 27   PASV &  PORT &	      FEAT &  HTTP
			 28		      MDTM &  FEAT &  HTTP
			 29   PASV &	      MDTM &  FEAT &  HTTP
			 30	      PORT &  MDTM &  FEAT &  HTTP
			 31   PASV &  PORT &  MDTM &  FEAT &  HTTP

       URLTIMEOUT    Specify the timeout in seconds, when the URL drive	commu-
		     nicates with the host.  If	 the  communication  from  the
		     host is lost for the time specified, the communication is
		     regarded as invalid and its connection will  be  shutdown
		     forcedly.	 If this value is 0 second, the	timeout	opera-
		     tion is invalid to	 continue  waiting  response  forever.
		     The default value is 0 second.  (UNIX)

       USEGETCURSOR  Use the VT100 compatible escape sequence getting the cur-
		     sor position in order to get the terminal size.  When the
		     screen  size  of  fd doesn't correspond with the terminal
		     size, this	variable can be	sometimes valid.  On some ter-
		     minals  which  don't  support the escape sequence getting
		     the cursor	position, the operation	may  be	 stopped.   In
		     this case,	it is continued	by inputting 'R' from the key-
		     board.  Any  value	 except	 0  and	 null  effects	valid.
		     (UNIX)

       USESYSLOG     Send  the	log  to	 syslogd(8) the	system logger with the
		     level spacified by	LOGLEVEL  or  ROOTLOGLEVEL.   The  log
		     priority  is  LOG_ERR only	some errors are	caused,	other-
		     wise the log priority is always  LOG_INFO.	  LOG_USER  is
		     used  as  the facirity if it can be specified.  Any value
		     except 0 and null effects valid.  (UNIX)

       WIDEDIGIT     Widen the displayed digits	for the	number	of  pages  and
		     files.   The  standard displayed digits for the number of
		     pages and files are 2 and 4 respectively.	 This  expands
		     them  into	 4 and 5 respectively.	Any value except 0 and
		     null effects valid.

       WRITEFS	     Forbid use	of WRITE_DIR command.  If the value is 1,  the
		     directory	is  written  only when the command is executed
		     intentionally, and	you are	not confirmed after  arranging
		     the  file	order.	If the value is	2, even	writing	by the
		     command is	invalid, the directory writing is  quite  for-
		     bidden.

       SJISPATH
       EUCPATH
       JISPATH
       JIS8PATH
       JUNETPATH
       OJISPATH
       OJIS8PATH
       OJUNETPATH
       HEXPATH
       CAPPATH
       UTF8PATH
       UTF8MACPATH
       UTF8ICONVPATH
       NOCONVPATH    Specify  the Kanji	code for filename per directory, which
		     is	prior to FNAMEKCODE.  You can specify  multiple	 path-
		     names  separating	with  ':'.   You are enough to specify
		     only the top directory where you want to  use  the	 Kanji
		     code,  then  you  can  use	 the  Kanji code in all	of the
		     directories under that directory.	In the directory which
		     is	 described  in	NOCONVPATH, no Kanji code is converted
		     ignoring the value	of FNAMEKCODE.	No pathname is	speci-
		     fied by default.  (UNIX)

MULTI LANGUAGE SUPPORT
       Fd  processes  the  Kanji  character-set	to input/output	as "EUC-JP" or
       "Shift JIS" according to	setting	in compile.  The the pathname  includ-
       ing  Kanji  is displayed	in consideration for the 2nd byte character in
       Kanji.  You can dynamically select Kanji	code to	input/output with LAN-
       GUAGE,  INPUTKCODE and FNAMEKCODE the internal variable.	 You can input
       Japanese	string with the	Kana-Kanji IME mode.

       You can use Kanji in the	command	macro and the command string, but can-
       not  use	 Kanji as the value of the internal variables.	You cannot use
       the multibyte symbol character as the meta character, such as  '%'  and
       '"'  and	 so  on,  Kanji	character is not counted as 1 character	in the
       wildcard	search.

       And when	you give the non-standard Kanji	code for the OS	to  the	 shell
       with  the parameter macro such as %JJ, some Kanji is converted into the
       code including the meta character such as '$' and '\'  and  so  on,  to
       cause  unexpected behavior.  In that case, you can probably avoid it by
       quoting the string to be	converted with %'.

AUTHOR
       Takashi SHIRAI <shirai@unixusers.net>
       The original "FD"  for  MS-DOS  was  created  and  released  by	A.Idei
       <SDI00544@niftyserve.or.jp>  for	 the first time, in 1989.  Fd was cre-
       ated for	UNIX from scratch following that implementation, in 1995.

FILES
       /etc/fd2rc
		 The systemwide	initial	configuration file for fd
       ~/.fd2rc	 The individual	initial	configuration file for fd
       ~/.fdshrc The individual	initial	configuration file for fdsh
       ~/.fd_history
		 The command history file by default
       ~/.fd_freq
		 The translation frequency file	by default for the users Kana-
		 Kanji translation learning
       /bin/sh	 The  user  shell when SHELL the environment variable is unde-
		 fined
       /bin/rm	 The command to	remove temporary files when abort
       /tmp/fd*	 The temporary directory to unpack the archive file
       fd-unicd.tbl
		 The UNICODE translation table,	which is installed in the same
		 directory as the executable binary of fd
       fd-dict.tbl
		 The   Kana-Kanji   translation	  dictionary  file,  which  is
		 installed in the same directory as the	executable  binary  of
		 fd

       fd2rc	 The  systemwide  initial  configuration file for fd on	MS-DOS
		 version, which	must be	prepared in the	same directory as  the
		 executable binary of fd
       $HOME\fd2.rc
		 The  individual  initial  configuration file for fd on	MS-DOS
		 version
       $HOME\fdsh.rc
		 The individual	initial	configuration file for fdsh on	MS-DOS
		 version
       $HOME\fd.hst
		 The command history file on MS-DOS version by default

LIMITATIONS
       Some  terminals cannot send the input of	certain	function keys and spe-
       cial keys.  The sequence	compatible  with  VT200	 is  assigned  as  the
       default	sequence  which	 is not	registered in termcap(5), and when the
       terminal	cannot support this, the key receipt or	the screen control due
       to be brought by	this is	not available.

SEE ALSO
       sh(1),  echo(1),	 test(1),  ls(1), rm(1), tar(1), compress(1), zcat(1),
       gzip(1),	gunzip(1), lha(1),  login(1),  newgrp(1),  stty(1),  umask(2),
       termcap(5), terminfo(5),	syslogd(8)

BUGS
       When  files  in	an  archive  file are packed with a pathname including
       "..", the archive browser cannot	work normally.	The symbolic links  in
       an archive file cannot be unpacked individually.

       The user	interface is cheap.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 1995-2014 by Takashi SHIRAI

				  May 6, 2014				 FD(1)

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