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NAME ^

ur test callcount list - Filter and list Callcount items

VERSION ^

This document describes ur test callcount list version 0.29.

SYNOPSIS ^

ur test callcount list --file=? --show=? [--csv-delimiter=?] [--filter=?] [--noheaders] [--style=?]

REQUIRED ARGUMENTS ^

file String

Specify the .callcount file

Default value '/dev/null' if not specified

show

Specify which columns to show, in order.

Default value 'count,subname,subloc,callers' if not specified

OPTIONAL ARGUMENTS ^

csv-delimiter Text

For the csv output style, specify the field delimiter

Default value ',' if not specified

filter Text

Filter results based on the parameters. See below for how to.

noheaders Boolean

Do not include headers

Default value 'false' (--nonoheaders) if not specified

nonoheaders Boolean

Make noheaders 'false'

style Text

Style of the list: text (default), csv, pretty, html, xml

Default value 'text' if not specified

DESCRIPTION: ^

  Listing Styles:
  ---------------
   text - table like
   csv - comma separated values
   pretty - objects listed singly with color enhancements
   html - html table
   xml - xml document using elements
  
  
  Filtering:
  ----------
   Create filter equations by combining filterable properties with operators and
       values.
   Combine and separate these 'equations' by commas.  
   Use single quotes (') to contain values with spaces: name='genome institute'
   Use percent signs (%) as wild cards in like (~).
   Use backslash or single quotes to escape characters which have special meaning
       to the shell such as < > and &
  
  Operators:
  ----------
   =  (exactly equal to)
   ~  (like the value)
   :  (in the list of several values, slash "/" separated)
      (or between two values, dash "-" separated)
   >  (greater than)
   >= (greater than or equal to)
   <  (less than)
   <= (less than or equal to)
  
  Examples:
  ---------
   lister-command --filter name=Bob --show id,name,address
   lister-command --filter name='something with space',employees>200,job~%manager
   lister-command --filter cost:20000-90000
   lister-command --filter answer:yes/maybe
  
  Filterable Properties: 
  ----------------------
   callers  (String):  (undocumented)
     count  (Integer):  (undocumented)
    subloc  (String):  (undocumented)
   subname  (String):  (undocumented)
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