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The following is output from an unknown command off an old school DEC Ultrix machine. Does Linux have a similar command/tool? Thanks, Kent

1 pend_nonpayment: int(), <pend_nonpayment.c 79>
2 usr_pwd: <>
3 display_error: <>
4 clears: <>
5 paint: <>
6 current_date: <>
7 get_process_date: <>
8 strcpy: <>
9 get_yes_no: <>
10 process_nonpayments: int(), <pend_nonpayment.c 191>
11 clear_bottom_screen: <>
12 read_carriers: <>
13 traverse_carriers: <>
14 PNP_Carrier_Compare: int(), <pend_nonpayment.c 213>
15 fnd_flg: <>
16 PNP_Carrier_Visit: int(), <pend_nonpayment.c 231>
17 sprintf: <>
18 isopen: <>
19 memset: <>
20 open_policy_files: <>
21 traverse_pol_pend_file: <>
22 close_policy_files: <>
23 isclose: <>
24 PNP_Pol_Pend_Compare: int(), <pend_nonpayment.c 267>
25 lmess: <>
26 day_ad1: <>
27 read_policy_data_files: <>
28 inst_bill_from_poltrans: <>
29 set_pol_pend_ActivityFlag: <>
30 update_active_pol_pend: <>

I'm not sure what program was run to get that output but

info binutils

will list all the binary utilities that are available in Linux.

Maybe if you gave us a little more to go on....What are we looking at?

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