dumpcs - show codeset table for the current locale


     dumpcs [-0123vw]


     dumpcs shows a list of printable characters for  the  user's
     current  locale,  along  with their hexadecimal code values.
     The display device is assumed to be  capable  of  displaying
     characters  for  a  given  locale.  With  no  option, dumpcs
     displays the entire list of  printable  characters  for  the
     current locale.

     With one or more numeric options  specified,  it  shows  EUC
     codeset(s)  for  the current locale according to the numbers
     specified,  and  in  order  of  codeset  number.  Each  non-
     printable  character  is  represented by an asterisk "*" and
     enough ASCII  space  character(s)  to  fill  that  codeset's
     column width.


     -0    Show ASCII (or EUC primary) codeset.

     -1    Show EUC codeset 1, if used for the current locale.

     -2    Show EUC codeset 2, if used for the current locale.

     -3    Show EUC codeset 3, if used for the current locale.

     -v    "Verbose". Normally, ranges of  non-printable  charac-
           ters  are  collapsed  into  a single line. This option
           produces one line for each non-printable character.

     -w    Replace code values with corresponding wide  character
           values (process codes).


     The environment variables  LC_CTYPE  and  LANG  control  the
     character  classification  throughout  dumpcs.  On  entry to
     dumpcs, these environment  variables  are  checked  in  that
     order.  This  implies  that  a new setting for LANG does not
     override the setting of LC_CTYPE. When none of the values is
     valid,  the character classification defaults to the POSIX.1
     "C" locale.


     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-

    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    | Availability                | SUNWcsu                     |


     localedef(1), attributes(5)


     dumpcs can only handle EUC locales.

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