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For the use of this term in sociology see mores.


more(1) is a program on the UNIX system that receives textual input from a file or from another program one screenful at a time, passes it as output, waits for the user to press a key at the terminal before repeating the process. When the input ends, more dumps all buffered output to the terminal. According to the manual page, more appeared in BSD 3.0, which was released in 1978. A clone of more was added to MS-DOS 2.0. An improved version called less allows scrolling both forward and backward through the text.

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