If you specify only the utility name, it lists all commands, options, and several examples.
If you do not specify a required password, the utility prompts you for it.
The -v (verbose) and -q (quiet) options are available for each utility.
If a command is dangerous (that is, one that could cause a data loss), the utility prompts for confirmation before executing the command. Examples of dangerous commands are cscal, which can delete a calendar, and csuser, which can delete a user. The -q (quiet) option, however, disables confirmation prompting.
The version command is available for each utility.