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WS(1)			  BSD General Commands Manual			 WS(1)

NAME
     ws	-- sort	the output of w	by terminal name

SYNOPSIS
     ws	[-husfVo] [user]

DESCRIPTION
     The ws utility invokes w(1) with the specified options and	then sorts the
     output by the name	of the controlling terminal, as	BSD-style w(1) would
     do.

RETURN VALUES
     The ws utility exits 0 on success,	and >0 if an error occurs.

ENVIRONMENT
     The ws utility's operation	is currently not directly affected by its en-
     vironment.	 However, it uses mktemp(1) to create a	temporary file,	so on
     various systems the TMPDIR, TMP, or TEMP environment variables may	be
     honored.

FILES
     The ws utility's operation	is currently not directly affected by any
     files.

EXAMPLES
     See who is	logged on:

	   ws

     Use the short format:

	   ws -s

HISTORY
     The ws utility was	written	by Peter Pentchev in 2010.

AUTHORS
     Peter Penchev <roam@ringlet.net>

BSD				August 17, 2010				   BSD

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