The format command
formats floppy disks.
specified, formatting starts at track 0 and continues until an error
is returned at the end of a partition.
The -f and -l options specify the first and last track to be formatted.
The default interleave of 1 may be modified by using
the -i option.
device must specify a raw (character) floppy device.
The t indicates the entire disk.
Absence of this letter indicates that the first track
of the diskette cannot be accessed.
Perform the floppy disk format operation, but do not
report status, inquiry, or error messages.
Verbose mode (always true).
After tracks are formatted, a random sector is chosen
and a write of test data is done into it.
The sector is then read back
and a comparison is made.
exhaustive verify. Every sector is verified by write/read/compare.
/dev/rdsk/ raw device for partition to be formatted