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Library: GNU bash Command Reference (Darwin 9.0)


type: type [-afptP] name [name ...]

For each NAME, indicate how it would be interpreted if used as a
command name.

If the -t option is used, `type' outputs a single word which is one of
`alias', `keyword', `function', `builtin', `file' or `', if NAME is an
alias, shell reserved word, shell function, shell builtin, disk file,
or unfound, respectively.

If the -p flag is used, `type' either returns the name of the disk
file that would be executed, or nothing if `type -t NAME' would not
return `file'.

If the -a flag is used, `type' displays all of the places that contain
an executable named `file'.  This includes aliases, builtins, and
functions, if and only if the -p flag is not also used.

The -f flag suppresses shell function lookup.

The -P flag forces a PATH search for each NAME, even if it is an alias,
builtin, or function, and returns the name of the disk file that would
be executed.
typeset: typeset [-afFirtx] [-p] name[=value] ...
Obsolete.  See `declare'.

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