tcl.who Verb: Access/TCL

tcl.who

Command tcl.who Verb: Access/TCL
Applicable release versions: AP, R83
Category TCL (746)
Description displays the port.number, user-id, and account name for the current port, a specified port, or all ports.

"port.number" is the port number whose current account is to be displayed. If not specified, the account for the current port is displayed.

An "*" as the "port.number", displays the account names for all ports that are logged on.
Syntax who {port.number} {(options}
who {*} {(options}
who {user-id} {(options}
Options a Converts output format to AP-style, showing the user-id followed by the account name. This is the default setting and is toggled with the "c" option.

c Converts output format to R83-style, showing the account name followed by the user-id.

n No pause. Suppresses the pause at the end of the page on the terminal.

z Displays status of all ports, including those not logged on. The account name is displayed as "unknown" for ports not logged on.
Example
:who
56 bob ref

:who 0
0 unknown

:who (c
[1320] R83 output for WHO display specified.

:who
56 ref bob

:who (a
[1321] AP output for WHO display specified.

:who
56 bob ref
Purpose
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tcl.r83.setup
tcl.lu
basic.user.exits
tcl.wheres
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tcl.whoall
tcl.who_rp
tcl.listusers_rp
ue.000e
ue.60bb
ue.50bb
ue.d070
ue.71a2
tcl.which
basic.system
tcl.list-users
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