Aspects should be based on their formal abbreviations, e.g. Astrolog (version 6.30) command switches: Display this help list. Some stars (along with Vulcan and Vulkanus) have the same first three characters, so they need longer substrings to be unambiguous. Note: Concerning the list itself, PC users are accustomed to seeing command switches with a leading slash / instead of a dash -. This option displays a list exactly like the one given above on the screen. Any string may be abbreviated to its first three characters, or any longer substring as long as they all match. Transit and progression features: Secondary progressions and solar arc progressions. For example, the switch sequence -c 1 -R 6 -A 5 -F 7 10 0 may also be entered as the more understandable -c Koch -R Jupiter -A Sextile -F Saturn Capricorn 0. For convenience the program will terminate right away and not prompt for chart info if the only thing specified is one of the tables, e.g. The various static help listings that may be generated, such as the lists from -H, -HO, -HI, and so on, may be combined with each other and even the actual charts.
To accommodate this, this list of options available does, if the program has been compiled for a PC, display all the switches with a leading / instead of a -.4) Text Display: Descriptions of things that appear in Astrolog text displays are described. This list will also show the zodiac signs that planets rule, have their detriment in, are exalted in, and have their fall i.e. Stars are printed in the list along with their azimuth, altitude, and brightness values.This consists of describing how to enter chart information into the program, and how to interpret what is seen in the standard main display. Note that this list shows only those items that aren't restricted when its displayed. Every time the command line version of the program is invoked, the -Hc switch is mentioned to use to see this info. The -HC switch will display a list of the 12 signs of the zodiac, and the 12 houses, listing their standard and traditional names. This help switch displays a full page of credits, listing the names of those who programmed Astrolog or parts of it, and important copyright information and other legal items. An ellipsis ('..') generally refers to a variable length list of values or an abbreviation for something already indicated in related switches.