Provided by: humanfriendly_4.4.1-1_all
humanfriendly - human friendly input/output formatter
humanfriendly is a program that performs human friendly input/output (text formatting) on the command line.
This program follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. -h, --help Show this message and exit. -c COMMAND, --run-command COMMAND Execute an external COMMAND (given as the positional arguments) and render a spinner and timer while the command is running. The exit status of the command is propagated. --format-table Read tabular data from standard input (each line is a row and each whitespace separated field is a column), format the data as a table and print the resulting table to standard output. See also the --delimiter option. -d VALUE, --delimiter=VALUE Change the delimiter used by --format-table to VALUE (a string). By default all whitespace is treated as a delimiter. -l LENGTH, --format-length=LENGTH Convert a length count (given as the integer or float LENGTH) into a human readable string and print that string to standard output. -n VALUE, --format-number=VALUE Format a number (given as the integer or floating point number VALUE) with thousands separators and two decimal places (if needed) and print the formatted number to standard output. -s BYTES, --format-size=BYTES Convert a byte count (given as the integer BYTES) into a human readable string and print that string to standard output. -t SECONDS, --format-timespan=SECONDS Convert a number of seconds (given as the floating point number SECONDS) into a human readable timespan and print that string to standard output. --parse-size=VALUE Parse a human readable data size (given as the string VALUE) and print the number of bytes to standard output. --parse-length=VALUE Parse a human readable data length (given as the string VALUE) and print the number of bytes to standard output. January 19 2017 humanfriendly(1)