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Print args on output. Args is usually one or more fields, but may also be one or more of the predefined variables. Literal strings must be quoted. Fields are printed in the order they are listed. If separated by commas in the argument list, they are separated in the output by the character specified by OFS . If separated by spaces, they are concatenated in the output. destination is a UNIX redirection or pipe expression (e.g., > file ) that redirects the default output.

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