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Effective AWK Programming by Arnold D. Robbins

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Effective AWK Programming
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ISBN/ASIN: 1578310008
ISBN-13: 9781578310005
Number of pages: 314

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This tutorial covers the entire spectrum of awk script development: From the basics of opening, searching, and transforming text files, to a comprehensive tutorial for regular expressions, to more advanced features like internetworking. The focus is on the practical side of creating and running awk scripts, and there's plenty of hands-on advice for installing and running today's awk (and gawk).

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