In either string a noninitial sequence -x, where x is any character (possibly quoted), stands for a range of characters: a possibly empty sequence of codes running from the successor of the previous code up through the code for x. The character \ followed by 1, 2 or 3 octal digits stands for the character whose 16-bit value is given by those digits. The character sequence \x followed by 1 to 6 hexadecimal digits stands for the character whose 21-bit value is given by those digits. A \ followed by any other character stands for that character.
tr A-Z a-z <mixed >lower
Create a list of all the words in file1 one per line in file2, where a word is taken to be a maximal string of alphabetics. String2 is given as a quoted newline.
tr -cs A-Za-z ' ' <file1 >file2
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