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This one is from a C++ program
Try to launch me with some options
(type sample1 --help for the complete list)
For example: ./sample1 *.* --funct-opt
sample1 2.0

Usage: sample1 -iINT|--int-opt=INT [-h|--help] [--detailed-help] [--full-help]
         [-V|--version] [-sfilename|--str-opt=filename] [-mINT|--my-opt=INT]
         [--flag-opt] [-F|--funct-opt] [--long-opt=LONG] [--def-opt=STRING]
         [--enum-opt=STRING] [-DINT|--dependant=INT] [FILES]...

  -h, --help              Print help and exit
      --detailed-help     Print help, including all details and hidden options,
                            and exit
      --full-help         Print help, including hidden options, and exit
  -V, --version           Print version and exit
  -s, --str-opt=filename  A string option, for a filename

A brief text description before the other options.

  -m, --my-opt=INT        Another integer option, this time the description of
                            the option should be "quite" long to require
                            wrapping... possibly more than one wrapping :-)
                            especially if I
                            require a line break
  -i, --int-opt=INT       A int option (mandatory)


more involved options:
  the following options
  are more complex
      --flag-opt          A flag option  (default=off)
  -F, --funct-opt         A function option
  
  A function option is basically an option with no argument.  It can be used,
  e.g., to specify a specific behavior for a program.

  Well, this further explanation is quite useless, but it's only to show an
  example of an option with details, which will be printed only when
  --detailed-help is given at the command line.

last option section:
      --long-opt=LONG     A long option
      --def-opt=STRING    A string option with default  (default=`Hello')
      --enum-opt=STRING   A string option with list of values  (possible
                            values="foo", "bar", "hello", "bye"
                            default=`hello')
  -S, --secret=INT        hidden option will not appear in --help
  -D, --dependant=INT     option that depends on str-opt

An ending text.