For a list of currently installed commands, simply run the following command to list them.
To get more detailed information on a command, just do a help on the command.
Hiding a Command¶
It is possible to hide the execution of a command in a script, by using
prefix. For example, the following command can be used to hide the actual
user, password, and the database URL in the output.
.@open -u root mysql://localhost/vagrant
It should be noted that by default, commands in
~/.jqrc is not echoed.
So it is not necessary to use
.@ prefix there.
A number of commands such as
.exec etc have options to specify
the character set of the input file.
Supported character sets by Java can be seen at https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/intl/encoding.doc.html .
If the character set is not specified, an attempt to detect BOM is made. If BOM is not present, then the default character set is used.