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       xlsatoms - list interned atoms defined on server


       xlsatoms [-options ...]


       Xlsatoms lists the interned atoms.  By default, all atoms starting from
       1 (the lowest atom value defined by  the  protocol)  are  listed  until
       unknown  atom  is  found.  If an explicit range is given, xlsatoms will
       try all atoms in the range,  regardless  of  whether  or  not  any  are


       -display dpy
               This option specifies the X server to which to connect.

       -format string
               This  option  specifies a printf-style string used to list each
               atom <value,name> pair, printed in  that  order  (value  is  an
               unsigned  long  and  name is a char *).  Xlsatoms will supply a
               newline at the end of each line.  The default is %ld\t%s.

       -range [low]-[high]
               This option specifies the range of atom values  to  check.   If
               low  is not given, a value of 1 assumed.  If high is not given,
               xlsatoms will stop at the first undefined atom at or above low.

       -name string
               This option specifies the name of an atom to list.  If the atom
               does not exist, a message  will  be  printed  on  the  standard


       X(7), Xserver(1), xprop(1)


       DISPLAY to get the default host and display to use.


       Jim Fulton, MIT X Consortium