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B
backslash continuation2.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
backslash continuation14.2.2 Searching for Regular Expressions in Files
backslash continuation, and comments2.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
backslash continuation, in csh2.5 A More Complex Example
backslash continuation, in csh2.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
basic function of awk2. Getting Started with awk
basic programming conceptsD. Basic Programming Concepts
`BBS-list' file2.2 Data Files for the Examples
Beebe, NelsonAcknowledgments
BEGIN special pattern7.1.4 The BEGIN and END Special Patterns
beginfile user-defined function13.3.1 Noting Data File Boundaries
BeOSB.3.2 Installing gawk on BeOS
Berry, KarlAcknowledgments
binary I/O7.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
bindtextdomain built-in function9.1.7 Using gawk's String Translation Functions
bindtextdomain built-in function10.3 Internationalizing awk Programs
bindtextdomain C library function10.2 GNU gettext
bindtextdomain user-defined function10.4.3 awk Portability Issues
BINMODE variable7.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
BINMODE variableB.3.3.3 Using gawk on PC Operating Systems
bits2str user-defined function9.1.6 Using gawk's Bit Manipulation Functions
bitwise complement9.1.6 Using gawk's Bit Manipulation Functions
bitwise operations9.1.6 Using gawk's Bit Manipulation Functions
bitwise shift9.1.6 Using gawk's Bit Manipulation Functions
blocks, BEGIN and END7.1.4 The BEGIN and END Special Patterns
blocks, BEGIN and END11.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
body of a loop7.4.2 The while Statement
book, using this1.1 Using This Book
boolean expressions6.11 Boolean Expressions
boolean operators6.11 Boolean Expressions
bracket expression3.3 Regular Expression Operators
Brandon, Dick1.1 Using This Book
break statement7.4.5 The break Statement
break, outside of loops7.4.5 The break Statement
Brennan, Michael8.6 The delete Statement
Brennan, Michael11.2 Two-Way Communications with Another Process
Brennan, Michael14.3.8 A Simple Stream Editor
Brennan, MichaelB.6 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
Brennan, MichaelB.6 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
Broder, Alan J.A.6 Major Contributors to gawk
Brown, MartinAcknowledgments
Brown, MartinA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
Brown, MartinB.5 Reporting Problems and Bugs
BSD portal files11.4 Using gawk with BSD Portals
BSD-based operating systemsThe GNU Project and This Book
BSD-based operating systems11.4 Using gawk with BSD Portals
BSD-based operating systemsGlossary
buffer matching operators3.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
buffering output9.1.4 Input/Output Functions
buffering outputAdvanced Notes: Controlling Output Buffering with system
buffering, interactive vs. non-interactiveAdvanced Notes: Interactive Versus Non-Interactive Buffering
buffering, non-interactive vs. interactiveAdvanced Notes: Interactive Versus Non-Interactive Buffering
buffers, flushing9.1.4 Input/Output Functions
buffers, flushingAdvanced Notes: Controlling Output Buffering with system
bug reportsB.5 Reporting Problems and Bugs
bug reports, email address, bug-gawk@gnu.orgB.5 Reporting Problems and Bugs
bug-gawk@gnu.org bug reporting addressB.5 Reporting Problems and Bugs
bugs, known in gawk12.7 Known Bugs in gawk
built-in functions9.1 Built-in Functions
built-in variables7.5 Built-in Variables
built-in variables, convey information7.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
built-in variables, user modifiable7.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk

C
call by reference9.2.3 Calling User-Defined Functions
call by value9.2.3 Calling User-Defined Functions
calling a function6.13 Function Calls
calling a function9.2.3 Calling User-Defined Functions
case conversion9.1.3 String Manipulation Functions
case sensitivity3.6 Case Sensitivity in Matching
changing contents of a field4.4 Changing the Contents of a Field
changing the record separator4.1 How Input Is Split into Records
character class3.3 Regular Expression Operators
character class3.4 Using Character Lists
character encodings13.2.5 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
character list3.3 Regular Expression Operators
character list, complemented3.3 Regular Expression Operators
character set (regexp component)3.3 Regular Expression Operators
character sets (machine character encodings)13.2.5 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
character sets (machine character encodings)Glossary
Chassell, Robert J.Acknowledgments
chem utilityGlossary
chr user-defined function13.2.5 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
Cliff random numbers13.2.4 The Cliff Random Number Generator
cliff_rand user-defined function13.2.4 The Cliff Random Number Generator
close built-in function5.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
close built-in function9.1.4 Input/Output Functions
Close, DianeThe GNU Project and This Book
Close, DianeA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
close, return valueAdvanced Notes: Using close's Return Value
closing coprocesses5.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
closing input files and pipes5.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
closing output files and pipes5.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
coding style used in gawkC.2.1 Adding New Features
collating elements3.4 Using Character Lists
collating symbols3.4 Using Character Lists
comma operator, not supported7.4.4 The for Statement
command line12.1 Invoking awk
command line, setting FS on4.5.3 Setting FS from the Command Line
command-line formats2.1 How to Run awk Programs
command-line option, --assign12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --compat12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --copyleft12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --copyright12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --dump-variables12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --field-separator12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --file12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --gen-po10.4.1 Extracting Marked Strings
command-line option, --gen-po12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --help12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --lint12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --lint-old12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --non-decimal-data11.1 Allowing Non-Decimal Input Data
command-line option, --non-decimal-data12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --posix12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --profile12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --re-interval12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --source12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --traditional12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --usage12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, --version12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, -F4.5.3 Setting FS from the Command Line
command-line option, -f2.1.3 Running Long Programs
command-line option, -f12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, -F12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, -mf12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, -mr12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, -v12.2 Command-Line Options
command-line option, -W12.2 Command-Line Options
comments2.1.5 Comments in awk Programs
comments and backslash continuation2.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
common mistakesAdvanced Notes: Backslash Before Regular Characters
common mistakes3.8 Using Dynamic Regexps
common mistakes4.5 Specifying How Fields Are Separated
common mistakes5.2 Examples of print Statements
common mistakes5.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
common mistakes5.7.1 Special Files for Standard Descriptors
common mistakes6.5 Arithmetic Operators
common mistakes6.6 String Concatenation
common mistakes6.10 Variable Typing and Comparison Expressions
common mistakes9.1.3 String Manipulation Functions
common mistakes12.2 Command-Line Options
comp.lang.awk Usenet news groupB.5 Reporting Problems and Bugs
comparison expressions6.10 Variable Typing and Comparison Expressions
comparisons, string vs. regexp6.10 Variable Typing and Comparison Expressions
compatibility mode12.2 Command-Line Options
compatibility modeA.5 Extensions in gawk Not in POSIX awk
compiled programsD.1 What a Program Does
compiled programsGlossary
compl built-in function9.1.6 Using gawk's Bit Manipulation Functions
complement, bitwise9.1.6 Using gawk's Bit Manipulation Functions
complemented character list3.3 Regular Expression Operators
compound statement7.4 Control Statements in Actions
computed regular expressions3.8 Using Dynamic Regexps
concatenation6.6 String Concatenation
concatenation evaluation order6.6 String Concatenation
conditional expression6.12 Conditional Expressions
configuration option, --disable-nlsB.2.2 Additional Configuration Options
configuration option, --enable-portals11.4 Using gawk with BSD Portals
configuration option, --enable-portalsB.2.2 Additional Configuration Options
configuration option, --with-included-gettext10.6 gawk Can Speak Your Language
configuration option, --with-included-gettextB.2.2 Additional Configuration Options
configuring gawkB.2.3 The Configuration Process
constants, types of6.1 Constant Expressions
continuation of lines2.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
continue statement7.4.6 The continue Statement
continue, outside of loops7.4.6 The continue Statement
contributors to gawkA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
control statement7.4 Control Statements in Actions
conventions, programming7.4.9 The exit Statement
conventions, programming7.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
conventions, programming9.1.1 Calling Built-in Functions
conventions, programming9.2.1 Function Definition Syntax
conventions, programming9.2.4 The return Statement
conventions, programming11.1 Allowing Non-Decimal Input Data
conventions, programming13.1 Naming Library Function Global Variables
conventions, programming13.2.1 Implementing nextfile as a Function
conventions, programmingC.3.2.2 C Code for chdir and stat
conventions, programmingC.3.2.2 C Code for chdir and stat
conversion of case9.1.3 String Manipulation Functions
conversion of strings and numbers6.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
conversions, during subscripting8.7 Using Numbers to Subscript Arrays
converting dates to timestamps9.1.5 Using gawk's Timestamp Functions
CONVFMT variable6.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
CONVFMT variable7.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
CONVFMT variable8.7 Using Numbers to Subscript Arrays
coprocess4.8.7 Using getline from a Coprocess
coprocess5.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
coprocess5.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
coprocess11.2 Two-Way Communications with Another Process
cos built-in function9.1.2 Numeric Functions
csh utility2.1.6 Shell Quoting Issues
csh utility2.5 A More Complex Example
csh utility2.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
csh utility11.2 Two-Way Communications with Another Process
csh utility12.2 Command-Line Options
csh, backslash continuation2.5 A More Complex Example
csh, backslash continuation2.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
curly braces7.3 Actions
custom.h configuration fileB.2.3 The Configuration Process
cut utility14.2.1 Cutting out Fields and Columns
cut.awk program14.2.1 Cutting out Fields and Columns

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