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List all the groups to which a user is a member

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What is the command to list all the groups to which a user is a member?
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cat /etc/group |grep username
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or for better reading,

 cat /etc/group|grep bira|cut -f1 -d':'
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change bira by username in the last post
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This did not work.  I did not mention that this is for an Xserve and maybe I need different commands?
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groups user_name

Regards
Friedrich
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