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        spruch - print a random German adage
        regeln - print a random German peasant’s maxim


        spruch [-x] [-aefilosw] [-n length] [ -m pattern] [[n%] file/dir/all]
        regeln [-iw] [ -m pattern]


        The scripts call fortune (6) with
        spruch   a German adage database
        regeln   database of funny German peasant’s maxims,
        if  your  locale  settings point to      de      or      de_DE      . Otherwise fortune
        (6) is called with the default database. By using  -x  option  you  can
        enforce German cookies independent from the locale settings.


        spruch was written by Andreas Tille <tille@debian.org>.
        This  manual  page  was created by Roland Rosenfeld <roland@debian.org>
        for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).


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