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nawk



nawk

 [

options

] [

'



program



'

] [

files

] [

variable



=



value

]

New version of awk, with additional capabilities. Nawk is a pattern-matching language useful for manipulating data. See Section 11 for more information on nawk.

Options

-f file

Read program instructions from file instead of supplying program instructions on command line.

-F regexp

Separate fields using regular expression regexp .

-v variable = value

Assign value to variable before executing ' program ' . If specified at the end of the command line, assignment occurs after opening files .


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