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/N'rof/ [Unix, from "new roff"] A text formatting language and interpreter, companion to the Unix typesetter troff, accepting identical input but preparing output for terminals and line printers. See also groff.
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nroff(Nontypesetting RunOFF) A Unix utility that formats documents for terminals and dot matrix printers. Using a text editor, troff codes are embedded into the text and the nroff command converts the document into the required output. Complex troff codes are ignored. See troff.
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