fmt, htmlfmt - simple text formatters
SYNOPSISfmt [ option ... ] [ file ... ]
htmlfmt [ -a ] [ -c charset ] [ -u url ] [ file ... ]
Fmt copies the given files (standard input by default) to its standard
output, filling and indenting lines. The options are
-l n Output line length is n, including indent (default 70).
-w n A synonym for -l.
-i n Indent n spaces (default 0).
-j Do not join short lines: only fold long lines.
Empty lines and initial white space in input lines are preserved.
Empty lines are inserted between input files.
Fmt is idempotent: it leaves already formatted text unchanged.
Htmlfmt performs a similar service, but accepts as input text formatted
with HTML tags. It accepts fmt's -l and -w flags and also:
-a Normally htmlfmt suppresses the contents of form fields and
anchors (URLs and image files); this flag causes it to print
them, in square brackets.
change the default character set from iso-8859-1 to charset.
This is the character set assumed if there isn't one specified
by the html itself in a <meta> directive.
-u url Use url as the base URL for the document when displaying
anchors; sets -a.
Htmlfmt makes no attempt to render the two-dimensional geometry of
tables; it just treats the table entries as plain, to-be-formatted