Details on module's commands can be filtered for a specific module or command, e.g., [
The details also include the syntax for the commands, where:
- Command and subcommand names are in uppercase, for example
- Optional arguments are enclosed in square brackets, for example
- Additional optional arguments are indicated by three period characters, for example
Commands usually require a key's name as their first argument. The path is generally assumed to be the root if not specified.