A Customer calls the Support Tech with a question.
What is the command that will tell me the revision code of a program?
Yes, that's correct.
No, what is it?
No, yes is not. 'what' is.
So, which is the one?
No, 'which' is used to find the program.
Stop this. Who are you?
Use 'who am i', not 'who are you'.
All I want to know is what finds the revision code?
That's what i am trying to find out! Isn't that true?
No, 'true' gives you zero.
Argh. Let's get back to my problem. What program? How do I find it?
Type 'find / -name it -print' to find 'it'. Type 'what program' to get the revision code.
I want to find the revision code.
You can't 'find revisioncode', you must use 'what program'.
Which command will do what I need?
No. 'which command' will find 'command'.
I think I understand. Let me write that.
You can 'write that' only if 'that' is a user on your system.
No. 'write that'. 'what program'.
Cut that out!
Yes. Those are valid files for 'cut'. Don't forget the options.
Do you always do this ?
'du' will give you disk usage.
'help' is illegal. Use 'man'.
No, 'man what'.
You make me angry.
No, I don't 'make me' angry, but I did 'make program' when I was upset once.
I don't want to make trouble, so no more.
No 'more'? 'which' will help you find 'more'. Every system has 'more'.
More of what?
More or less.
Nice help! I'm confused more now.
Understand that since 'help' is such a small program, it is better not to 'nice help'. And 'more now' is not allowed but 'at now' is.
This is almost as confusing as my PC.
I didn't know you needed help with 'pc'. Let me transfer you to the Pascal compiler team.
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