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      info [OPTION]... [MENU-ITEM...]

        look up STRING in all indices of all manuals.

       -d, --directory=DIR
        add DIR to INFOPATH.

        remember user keystrokes in FILENAME.

       -f, --file=FILENAME
        specify Info file to visit.

       -h, --help
        display this help and exit.

        go to node pointed by index entry STRING.

       -n, --node=NODENAME
        specify nodes in first visited Info file.

       -o, --output=FILENAME
        output selected nodes to FILENAME.

       -R, --raw-escapes
        don't remove ANSI escapes from man pages.

        read initial keystrokes from FILENAME.

       -O, --show-options, --usage
        go to command-line options node.

        recursively output menu items.

        use vi-like and less-like key bindings.

        display version information and exit.

The first non-option argument, if present, is the menu entry to start from; it is searched for in all `dir' files along INFOPATH. If it is not present, info merges all `dir' files and shows the result. Any remaining arguments are treated as the names of menu items relative to the initial node visited.


   info       Help Menu

   info emacs
        List the emacs node

   info emacs buffers
        List the buffers node within emacs manual

   info --show-options emacs
        start at node with emacs' command line options

   info -f ./
        show file ./, not searching dir

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