Man page for apt-get rhino Command
This tutorial shows the man page for man rhino in linux.
Open terminal with 'su' access and type the command as shown below:
Result of the Command Execution shown below:
rhino [options] script_filename_or_url [script_arguments]
This manual page documents briefly the rhino command. This manual page
was written for the Debian distribution because the original program
does not have a manual page. It is written according to the html docu
simple way to run scripts in batch mode or an interactive environment
for exploratory programming.
Reads script_filename_or_url content and execute it as a
opt, O optLevel
Optimizes at level optLevel, which must be an integer between 1
and 9. 1 means Interpretive mode is always used. 0 means no
optimizations whereas 9 means all optimizations are performed.
Specifies the language version to compile with. The string ver
sionNumber must be one of 100, 110, 120, 130, or 140. See
Enable strict mode.
Scripts executing in the shell have access to some additional proper
ties of the top level object.
The arguments object is an array containing the strings of all
the arguments given at the command line when the shell was
help() Executing the help function will print usage and help messages.
Define an extension using the Java class named with the string
argument className. Uses ScriptableObject.defineClass() to
define the extension.
Restore from the specified file an object previously written by
a call to serialize.
tiple arguments are given, each file is read in and executed in
Load and execute the class named by the string argument class
Name. The class must be a class that implements the Script
interface, as will any script compiled by jsc.
Evaluate and print expressions. Evaluates each expression, con
verts the result to a string, and prints it.
Read given file and convert its bytes to a string using the
specified character coding or default character coding if
explicit coding argument is not given.
Open an input connection to the given string url, read all its
bytes and convert them to a string using the specified character
coding or default character coding if explicit coding argument
is not given.
Execute the specified command with the given argument and
options as a separate process and return the exit status of the
process. For details, see JavaDoc for