Updating tables within cursor loop

ld(1) - The GNU linker ldapadd(1) - LDAP modify entry and LDAP add entry tools ldapcompare(1) - LDAP compare tool ldapdelete(1) - LDAP delete entry tool ldapexop(1) - issue LDAP extended operations ldapmodify(1) - LDAP modify entry and LDAP add entry tools ldapmodrdn(1) - LDAP rename entry tool ldappasswd(1) - change the password of an LDAP entry ldapsearch(1) - LDAP search tool ldapurl(1) - LDAP URL formatting tool ldapwhoami(1) - LDAP who am i?tool ldd(1) - print shared object dependencies less(1) - opposite of more lessecho(1) - expand metacharacters lesskey(1) - specify key bindings for less lex(1p) - generate programs for lexical tasks (DEVELOPMENT) lexgrog(1) - parse header information in man pages line(1) - read one line link(1) - call the link function to create a link to a file link(1p) - call link() function lkbib(1) - search bibliographic databases ln(1) - make links between files ln(1p) - link files loadkeys(1) - load keyboard translation tables locale(1) - get locale-specific information locale(1p) - specific information localectl(1) - Control the system locale and keyboard layout settings localedef(1) - compile locale definition files localedef(1p) - define locale environment locate(1) - list files in databases that match a pattern logger(1) - enter messages into the system log logger(1p) - log messages login(1) - begin session on the system loginctl(1) - Control the systemd login manager logname(1) - print user´s login name logname(1p) - return the user's login name look(1) - display lines beginning with a given string lookbib(1) - search bibliographic databases lp(1) - print files lp(1p) - send files to a printer lpoptions(1) - display or set printer options and defaults lpq(1) - show printer queue status lpr(1) - print files lprm(1) - cancel print jobs lpstat(1) - print cups status information ls(1) - list directory contents ls(1p) - list directory contents lsattr(1) - list file attributes on a Linux second extended file system lscpu(1) - display information about the CPU architecture lsinitrd(1) - tool to show the contents of an initramfs image lsipc(1) - show information on IPC facilities currently employed in the system lslogins(1) - display information about known users in the system lsmem(1) - list the ranges of available memory with their online status ltrace(1) - A library call tracer lttng-add-context(1) - Add context fields to an LTTng channel lttng-calibrate(1) - Quantify LTTng overhead lttng-crash(1) - Recover and view LTTng 2 trace buffers in the event of a crash lttng-create(1) - Create an LTTng tracing session lttng-destroy(1) - Destroy an LTTng tracing session lttng-disable-channel(1) - Disable LTTng channels lttng-disable-event(1) - Disable LTTng event rules lttng-disable-rotation(1) - Unset a tracing session's automatic rotation schedule lttng-enable-channel(1) - Create or enable LTTng channels lttng-enable-event(1) - Create or enable LTTng event rules lttng-enable-rotation(1) - Set a tracing session's automatic rotation schedule lttng-gen-tp(1) - Generate LTTng-UST tracepoint provider code lttng-help(1) - Display help information about an LTTng command lttng-list(1) - List LTTng tracing sessions, domains, channels, and events lttng-load(1) - Load LTTng tracing session configurations lttng-metadata(1) - Manage an LTTng tracing session's metadata generation lttng-regenerate(1) - Manage an LTTng tracing session's data regeneration lttng-rotate(1) - Archive a tracing session's current trace chunk lttng-save(1) - Save LTTng tracing session configurations lttng-set-session(1) - Set the current LTTng tracing session lttng-snapshot(1) - Take LTTng snapshots and configure snapshot outputs lttng-start(1) - Start LTTng tracers lttng-status(1) - Get the current LTTng tracing session's status lttng-stop(1) - Stop LTTng tracers lttng-track(1) - Add one or more entries to an LTTng resource tracker lttng-untrack(1) - Remove one or more entries from an LTTng resource tracker lttng-version(1) - Get the version of LTTng-tools lttng-view(1) - View the traces of an LTTng tracing session lttng(1) - LTTng 2 tracer control command-line tool lttngtop(1) - LTTng Trace Viewer lttngtoptrace(1) - Live textual LTTng Trace Viewer lxc-attach(1) - start a process inside a running container.

pcretest(1) - a program for testing Perl-compatible regular expressions.

aio.h(0p) - asynchronous input and output arpa_inet.h(0p) - definitions for internet operations assert.h(0p) - verify program assertion complex.h(0p) - complex arithmetic cpio.h(0p) - cpio archive values ctype.h(0p) - character types dirent.h(0p) - format of directory entries dlfcn.h(0p) - dynamic linking errno.h(0p) - system error numbers fcntl.h(0p) - file control options fenv.h(0p) - point environment float.h(0p) - floating types fmtmsg.h(0p) - message display structures fnmatch.h(0p) - matching types ftw.h(0p) - file tree traversal glob.h(0p) - matching types grp.h(0p) - group structure iconv.h(0p) - codeset conversion facility inttypes.h(0p) - fixed size integer types iso646.h(0p) - alternative spellings langinfo.h(0p) - language information constants libgen.h(0p) - definitions for pattern matching functions limits.h(0p) - defined constants locale.h(0p) - category macros math.h(0p) - mathematical declarations monetary.h(0p) - monetary types mqueue.h(0p) - message queues (REALTIME) ndbm.h(0p) - definitions for ndbm database operations netdb.h(0p) - definitions for network database operations net_if.h(0p) - sockets local interfaces netinet_in.h(0p) - Internet address family netinet_tcp.h(0p) - definitions for the Internet Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) nl_types.h(0p) - data types poll.h(0p) - definitions for the poll() function pthread.h(0p) - threads pwd.h(0p) - password structure regex.h(0p) - regular expression matching types sched.h(0p) - execution scheduling search.h(0p) - search tables semaphore.h(0p) - semaphores setjmp.h(0p) - stack environment declarations signal.h(0p) - signals spawn.h(0p) - spawn (ADVANCED REALTIME) stdarg.h(0p) - handle variable argument list stdbool.h(0p) - boolean type and values stddef.h(0p) - standard type definitions stdint.h(0p) - integer types stdio.h(0p) - standard buffered input/output stdlib.h(0p) - standard library definitions string.h(0p) - string operations strings.h(0p) - string operations stropts.h(0p) - STREAMS interface (STREAMS) sys_ipc.h(0p) - XSI interprocess communication access structure syslog.h(0p) - definitions for system error logging sys_mman.h(0p) - memory management declarations sys_msg.h(0p) - XSI message queue structures sys_resource.h(0p) - definitions for XSI resource operations sys_select.h(0p) - select types sys_sem.h(0p) - XSI semaphore facility sys_shm.h(0p) - XSI shared memory facility sys_socket.h(0p) - main sockets header sys_stat.h(0p) - data returned by the stat() function sys_statvfs.h(0p) - VFS File System information structure sys_time.h(0p) - time types sys_times.h(0p) - file access and modification times structure sys_types.h(0p) - data types sys_uio.h(0p) - definitions for vector I/O operations sys_un.h(0p) - definitions for UNIX domain sockets sys_utsname.h(0p) - system name structure sys_wait.h(0p) - declarations for waiting tar.h(0p) - extended tar definitions termios.h(0p) - define values for termios tgmath.h(0p) - generic macros time.h(0p) - time types trace.h(0p) - tracing ulimit.h(0p) - ulimit commands unistd.h(0p) - standard symbolic constants and types utime.h(0p) - access and modification times structure utmpx.h(0p) - user accounting database definitions wchar.h(0p) - character handling wctype.h(0p) - character classification and mapping utilities wordexp.h(0p) - expansion types abicompat(1) - check ABI compatibility abidiff(1) - compare ABIs of ELF files abidw(1) - serialize the ABI of an ELF file abilint(1) - validate an abigail ABI representation abipkgdiff(1) - compare ABIs of ELF files in software packages ac(1) - print statistics about users' connect time addftinfo(1) - add information to troff font files for use with groff addr2line(1) - convert addresses into file names and line numbers.

admin(1p) - create and administer SCCS files (DEVELOPMENT) afmtodit(1) - create font files for use with groff -Tps and -Tpdf alias(1p) - define or display aliases apropos(1) - search the manual page names and descriptions ar(1) - create, modify, and extract from archives ar(1p) - create and maintain library archives arch(1) - print machine hardware name (same as uname -m) aria_chk(1) - Aria table-maintenance utility aria_dump_log(1) - Dump content of Aria log pages.

firemon(1) - Monitoring program for processes started in a Firejail sandbox.

flock(1) - manage locks from shell scripts fmt(1) - simple optimal text formatter fold(1) - wrap each input line to fit in specified width fold(1p) - filter for folding lines fort77(1p) - FORTRAN compiler (FORTRAN) free(1) - Display amount of free and used memory in the system fuse2fs(1) - FUSE file system client for ext2/ext3/ext4 file systems fuser(1) - identify processes using files or sockets fuser(1p) - list process IDs of all processes that have one or more files open fusermount3(1) - mount and unmount FUSE filesystems g (1) - GNU project C and C compiler galera_new_cluster(1) - starting a new Galera cluster galera_recovery(1) - recover from non-graceful shutdown ganglia2pcp(1) - import ganglia data and create a PCP archive gawk(1) - pattern scanning and processing language gcc(1) - GNU project C and C compiler gcore(1) - Generate a core file of a running program gcov-dump(1) - offline gcda and gcno profile dump tool gcov-tool(1) - offline gcda profile processing tool gcov(1) - coverage testing tool gdb(1) - The GNU Debugger gdbserver(1) - Remote Server for the GNU Debugger gdiffmk(1) - mark differences between groff/nroff/troff files gencat(1p) - generate a formatted message catalog genpmda(1) - Performance Co-Pilot PMDA Generator get(1p) - get a version of an SCCS file (DEVELOPMENT) getconf(1p) - get configuration values getent(1) - get entries from Name Service Switch libraries getfacl(1) - get file access control lists getfattr(1) - get extended attributes of filesystem objects getopt(1) - parse command options (enhanced) getopts(1p) - parse utility options gettext(1) - translate message gettextize(1) - install or upgrade gettext infrastructure gfortran(1) - GNU Fortran compiler git-add(1) - Add file contents to the index git-am(1) - Apply a series of patches from a mailbox git-annotate(1) - Annotate file lines with commit information git-apply(1) - Apply a patch to files and/or to the index git-archimport(1) - Import an Arch repository into Git git-archive(1) - Create an archive of files from a named tree git-bisect(1) - Use binary search to find the commit that introduced a bug git-blame(1) - Show what revision and author last modified each line of a file git-branch(1) - List, create, or delete branches git-bundle(1) - Move objects and refs by archive git-cat-file(1) - Provide content or type and size information for repository objects git-check-attr(1) - Display gitattributes information git-check-ignore(1) - Debug gitignore / exclude files git-check-mailmap(1) - Show canonical names and email addresses of contacts git-check-ref-format(1) - Ensures that a reference name is well formed git-checkout-index(1) - Copy files from the index to the working tree git-checkout(1) - Switch branches or restore working tree files git-cherry-pick(1) - Apply the changes introduced by some existing commits git-cherry(1) - Find commits yet to be applied to upstream git-citool(1) - Graphical alternative to git-commit git-clean(1) - Remove untracked files from the working tree git-clone(1) - Clone a repository into a new directory git-column(1) - Display data in columns git-commit-tree(1) - Create a new commit object git-commit(1) - Record changes to the repository git-config(1) - Get and set repository or global options git-count-objects(1) - Count unpacked number of objects and their disk consumption git-credential-cache--daemon(1) - Temporarily store user credentials in memory git-credential-cache(1) - Helper to temporarily store passwords in memory git-credential-store(1) - Helper to store credentials on disk git-credential(1) - Retrieve and store user credentials git-cvsexportcommit(1) - Export a single commit to a CVS checkout git-cvsimport(1) - Salvage your data out of another SCM people love to hate git-cvsserver(1) - A CVS server emulator for Git git-daemon(1) - A really simple server for Git repositories git-describe(1) - Give an object a human readable name based on an available ref git-diff-files(1) - Compares files in the working tree and the index git-diff-index(1) - Compare a tree to the working tree or index git-diff-tree(1) - Compares the content and mode of blobs found via two tree objects git-diff(1) - Show changes between commits, commit and working tree, etc git-difftool(1) - Show changes using common diff tools git-fast-export(1) - Git data exporter git-fast-import(1) - Backend for fast Git data importers git-fetch-pack(1) - Receive missing objects from another repository git-fetch(1) - Download objects and refs from another repository git-filter-branch(1) - Rewrite branches git-fmt-merge-msg(1) - Produce a merge commit message git-for-each-ref(1) - Output information on each ref git-format-patch(1) - Prepare patches for e-mail submission git-fsck-objects(1) - Verifies the connectivity and validity of the objects in the database git-fsck(1) - Verifies the connectivity and validity of the objects in the database git-gc(1) - Cleanup unnecessary files and optimize the local repository git-get-tar-commit-id(1) - Extract commit ID from an archive created using git-archive git-grep(1) - Print lines matching a pattern git-gui(1) - A portable graphical interface to Git git-hash-object(1) - Compute object ID and optionally creates a blob from a file git-help(1) - Display help information about Git git-http-backend(1) - Server side implementation of Git over HTTP git-http-fetch(1) - Download from a remote Git repository via HTTP git-http-push(1) - Push objects over HTTP/DAV to another repository git-imap-send(1) - Send a collection of patches from stdin to an IMAP folder git-index-pack(1) - Build pack index file for an existing packed archive git-init-db(1) - Creates an empty Git repository git-init(1) - Create an empty Git repository or reinitialize an existing one git-instaweb(1) - Instantly browse your working repository in gitweb git-interpret-trailers(1) - add or parse structured information in commit messages git-log(1) - Show commit logs git-ls-files(1) - Show information about files in the index and the working tree git-ls-remote(1) - List references in a remote repository git-ls-tree(1) - List the contents of a tree object git-mailinfo(1) - Extracts patch and authorship from a single e-mail message git-mailsplit(1) - Simple UNIX mbox splitter program git-merge-base(1) - Find as good common ancestors as possible for a merge git-merge-file(1) - Run a three-way file merge git-merge-index(1) - Run a merge for files needing merging git-merge-one-file(1) - The standard helper program to use with git-merge-index git-merge-tree(1) - Show three-way merge without touching index git-merge(1) - Join two or more development histories together git-mergetool--lib(1) - Common Git merge tool shell scriptlets git-mergetool(1) - Run merge conflict resolution tools to resolve merge conflicts git-mktag(1) - Creates a tag object git-mktree(1) - Build a tree-object from ls-tree formatted text git-mv(1) - Move or rename a file, a directory, or a symlink git-name-rev(1) - Find symbolic names for given revs git-notes(1) - Add or inspect object notes git-p4(1) - Import from and submit to Perforce repositories git-pack-objects(1) - Create a packed archive of objects git-pack-redundant(1) - Find redundant pack files git-pack-refs(1) - Pack heads and tags for efficient repository access git-parse-remote(1) - Routines to help parsing remote repository access parameters git-patch-id(1) - Compute unique ID for a patch git-prune-packed(1) - Remove extra objects that are already in pack files git-prune(1) - Prune all unreachable objects from the object database git-pull(1) - Fetch from and integrate with another repository or a local branch git-push(1) - Update remote refs along with associated objects git-quiltimport(1) - Applies a quilt patchset onto the current branch git-read-tree(1) - Reads tree information into the index git-rebase(1) - Reapply commits on top of another base tip git-receive-pack(1) - Receive what is pushed into the repository git-reflog(1) - Manage reflog information git-relink(1) - Hardlink common objects in local repositories git-remote-ext(1) - Bridge smart transport to external command.

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