About the Command Line Interface (CLI) : Command Conventions

Command Conventions
A command looks like one of the following:
command arguments
subcommand [arguments]
where:
command is one of the command keywords described in this book. Command names are case-sensitive. You must specify a command; it is not optional.
subcommand is one of the subcommand keywords described in this book. Subcommand names are also case-sensitive. Most commands have subcommands.
arguments is a command-specific list of space-separated strings. Each has its own fixed number of options. Not all commands take arguments.
Commands must terminate with CRLF (carriage return followed by newline).

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