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How do I list the manpages associated with DNF from the command-line?

I am writing a blog post that will compare the various Linux distributions and BSDs I have any significant experience with, including Fedora, and I am hosting several man pages (in HTML format) for the various package managers of said distros/BSDs within my blog's GitHub repository. To generate the man pages in HTML I am using shell functions such as those contained in this script. For Fedora I know of the dnf(8) man page, but I was wondering if I can use dnf (and perhaps other commands such as grep) to determine the location of the other man pages associated with DNF. For example, on Arch Linux I used:

sudo pacman -Qlq pacman | grep /usr/share/man

to determine the man pages associated with pacman. Is something like this possible for DNF?

How do I list the manpages associated with DNF from the command-line?

I am writing a blog post that will compare the various Linux distributions and BSDs *BSDs I have any significant experience with, including Fedora, and I am hosting several man pages (in HTML format) for the various package managers of said distros/BSDs distros/*BSDs within my blog's GitHub repository. To generate the man pages in HTML I am using shell functions such as those contained in this script. For Fedora I know of the dnf(8) man page, manpage, but I was wondering if I can use dnf (and perhaps other commands such as grep) to determine the location of the other man pages associated with DNF. For example, on Arch Linux I used:

sudo pacman -Qlq pacman | grep /usr/share/man

to determine the man pages associated with pacman. Is something like this possible for DNF?

How do I list the manpages associated with DNF from the command-line?

I am writing a blog post that will compare the various Linux distributions and *BSDs I have any significant experience with, including Fedora, and I am hosting several man pages (in HTML format) for the various package managers of said distros/*BSDs within my blog's GitHub repository. To generate the man pages in HTML I am using shell functions such as those contained in this script. For Fedora I know of the dnf(8) manpage, but I was wondering if I can use dnf (and perhaps other commands such as grep) to determine the location of the other man pages associated with DNF. For example, on Arch Linux I used:

sudo pacman -Qlq pacman | grep /usr/share/man

to determine the man pages associated with pacman. Is something like this possible for DNF?