It's perhaps worth noting that this utility is to be removed in a future SQL Server version according to this MSDN page. The suggestion is to use sqlcmd in new work, which also uses ODBC when invoked from the command line.
FWIW - it is still there in 2016 (at least at the moment CTP2 since that is what is available).
It also looks like this utility is gonna be like profiler and the text data type. Both of those (for example) have been deprecated for a long time like osql and are also still present in 2016.
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