# Help

A good way to become familiar with all that nu has to offer is by utilizing the help command.

# How to see all supported commands:

help commands

Output

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 #  │ name        │ description
────┼─────────────┼──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────
  0 │ append      │ Append the given row to the table
  1 │ autoview    │ View the contents of the pipeline as a table or list.
  2 │ average     │ Compute the average of a column of numerical values.
  3 │ binaryview  │ Autoview of binary data.
  4 │ cd          │ Change to a new path.
  5 │ clip        │ Copy the contents of the pipeline to the copy/paste buffer
  6 │ config      │ Configuration management.
  7 │ count       │ Show the total number of rows.
  8 │ cp          │ Copy files.
  9 │ date        │ Get the current datetime.
 10 │ debug       │ Debug input fed.
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# Specific information on a command

To find more specific information on a command, use help <COMMAND>.

help fetch

Output

Load from a URL into a cell, convert to table if possible (avoid by appending '--raw')

Usage:
  > fetch <path> {flags}

parameters:
  <path> the URL to fetch the contents from

flags:
  --raw: fetch contents as text rather than a table

# Specific information on a command subcommand

To find more specific information on a command subcommand, use help <COMMAND> <SUBCOMMAND>.

help str reverse

Output

outputs the reversals of the strings in the pipeline

Usage:
  > str reverse ...args {flags}

Parameters:
  ...args: optionally reverse text by column paths

Flags:
  -h, --help: Display this help message

Examples:
  Return the reversals of multiple strings
  > echo 'Nushell' | str reverse