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man -k '^printf' lists man pages specifically available for printf utility only,
printf(3) in my PC. If you do not mention these signs around printf, the command doesn't work.
I want to make an alias
mank for this but I am stuck at the logic.
I want to be able to type
mank utility and have the same output as
man -k '^utility'.
This way without typing silly symbols, we would get all the man pages available for that utility.