The Making of Effective awk Programming
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The Making of Effective awk Programming.
"gawk is the standard version of awk on GNU/Linux and most BSD-based systems. It is also popular on commercial Unix and Windows systems because it has a number of useful extensions, and because it can handle large data sets (records with hundreds or thousands of fields, arrays with thousands of elements) that often cause other implementations to give up. The third edition of Effective awk Programming describes the current version of gawk, 3.1."
(Submitted by Noel Wed Nov 6, 2002 )
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