cb - Converts C source code into a readable form
cb [-js] [-llength] [file...]
The cb command reads C programs from standard input or from specified files
and writes them to standard output in a form that shows, through indenta-
tions and spacing, the structure of the code.
-j Joins split lines.
Splits lines that are longer than length bytes.
-s Formats the source code according to the style of Kernighan and Ritchie
in The C Programming Language (Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1978; Englewood
Cliffs, New Jersey.)
When called without options, the cb command does not split or join lines.
Note that punctuation in preprocessor statements can cause indentation
To create a version of pgm.c called pgm.pretty.c that is easy to read, with
no lines longer than 60 bytes, enter:
cb -l60 pgm.c >> pgm.pretty.c