NAME cb - C program beautifier SYNOPSIS cb [-s] [-j] [-l leng]] [-V] [file ...] DESCRIPTION The cb comand reads syntactically correct C programs either from its arguments or from the standard input, and writes them on the standard output with spacing and indentation that display the structure of the C code. By default, cb preserves all user new-lines. cb accepts the following options. -s Write the code in the style of Kernighan and Ritchie found in The C Programming Language. -j Put split lines back together. -l leng Split lines that are longer than leng. -V Print on standard error output the version of cb invoked. NOTES cb treats asm as a keyword. The format of structure initializations is unchanged by cb. Punctuation that is hidden in preprocessing directives causes indentation errors. SEE ALSO cc(1) (Solaris 2.x only) Kernighan, B. W., and Ritchie, D. M., The C Programming Language, Second Edition, Prentice-Hall, 1988.