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+.Dd September 9, 2012
+.Dt KYUA-HELP 1
+.Nm "kyua help"
+.Nd Shows usage information
+.Op Ar command
+command provides interactive help on all supported commands and options.
+If, for some reason, you happen to spot a discrepancy in the output of this
+command and this document, the command is the authoritative source of
+If no arguments are provided, the command prints the list of common options
+and the list of supported subcommands.
+argument is provided to, this single argument is the name of a valid
+In that case,
+prints a textual description of the command, the list of common options and
+the list of subcommand-specific options.
+.Sh EXIT STATUS
+command always returns 0.
+Additional exit codes may be returned as described in
+.Xr kyua 1 .
+.Sh SEE ALSO
+.Xr kyua 1