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O
o debugger command (alias for option)14.3.5 Obtaining Information About The Program and The Debugger State
oawk utility0.1 A Rose by Any Other Name
obsolete features2.8 Obsolete Options and/or Features
octal numbers6.1.1.2 Octal and Hexadecimal Numbers
octal values, enabling interpretation of2.2 Command-Line Options
OFMT variable5.4 Controlling Numeric Output with print
OFMT variable6.1.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
OFMT variable7.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
OFMT variable, POSIX awk and5.4 Controlling Numeric Output with print
OFS variable4.4 Changing the Contents of a Field
OFS variable5.3 Output Separators
OFS variable7.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
OpenBSDGlossary
OpenSolarisB.5 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
operating systems, BSD-basedThe GNU Project and This Book
operating systems, PC, gawk onB.3.1.4 Using gawk on PC Operating Systems
operating systems, PC, gawk on, installingB.3.1 Installation on PC Operating Systems
operating systems, porting gawk toC.2.3 Porting gawk to a New Operating System
operating systems, See Also GNU/Linux, PC operating systems, UnixB. Installing gawk
operations, bitwise9.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions
operators, arithmetic6.2.1 Arithmetic Operators
operators, assignment6.2.3 Assignment Expressions
operators, assignment6.2.3 Assignment Expressions
operators, assignment, evaluation order6.2.3 Assignment Expressions
operators, Boolean, See Boolean expressions6.3.3 Boolean Expressions
operators, decrement/increment6.2.4 Increment and Decrement Operators
operators, GNU-specific3.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
operators, input/output4.9.3 Using getline from a File
operators, input/output4.9.5 Using getline from a Pipe
operators, input/output4.9.7 Using getline from a Coprocess
operators, input/output5.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
operators, input/output5.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
operators, input/output6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
operators, input/output6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
operators, input/output6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
operators, logical, See Boolean expressions6.3.3 Boolean Expressions
operators, precedenceAdvanced Notes: Operator Evaluation Order
operators, precedence6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
operators, relational, See operators, comparison6.3.2 Variable Typing and Comparison Expressions
operators, short-circuit6.3.3 Boolean Expressions
operators, string6.2.2 String Concatenation
operators, string-matching3.1 How to Use Regular Expressions
operators, string-matching, for buffers3.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
operators, word-boundary (gawk)3.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
option debugger command14.3.5 Obtaining Information About The Program and The Debugger State
options, command-line1.1.3 Running Long Programs
options, command-line2.2 Command-Line Options
options, command-line4.5.4 Setting FS from the Command Line
options, command-line, end of2.2 Command-Line Options
options, command-line, invoking awk2.1 Invoking awk
options, command-line, processing12.4 Processing Command-Line Options
options, deprecated2.8 Obsolete Options and/or Features
options, long2.1 Invoking awk
options, long2.2 Command-Line Options
options, printing list of2.2 Command-Line Options
OR bitwise operation9.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions
or Boolean-logic operator6.3.3 Boolean Expressions
or() function (gawk)9.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions
ord() user-defined function12.2.5 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
order of evaluation, concatenation6.2.2 String Concatenation
ORS variable5.3 Output Separators
ORS variable7.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
output field separator, See OFS variable4.4 Changing the Contents of a Field
output record separator, See ORS variable5.3 Output Separators
output redirection5.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
output, buffering9.1.4 Input/Output Functions
output, bufferingAdvanced Notes: Controlling Output Buffering with system()
output, duplicating into files13.2.5 Duplicating Output into Multiple Files
output, files, closing5.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
output, format specifier, OFMT5.4 Controlling Numeric Output with print
output, formatted5.5 Using printf Statements for Fancier Printing
output, pipes5.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
output, printing, See printing5. Printing Output
output, records5.3 Output Separators
output, standard5.7.1 Special Files for Standard Descriptors

P
p debugger command (alias for print)14.3.3 Viewing and Changing Data
P1003.1 POSIX standardGlossary
P1003.2 POSIX standardGlossary
parameters, number ofC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
parentheses ()3.3 Regular Expression Operators
parentheses (), pgawk program11.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
password file12.5 Reading the User Database
patsplit() function9.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
patterns7. Patterns, Actions, and Variables
patterns, comparison expressions as7.1.2 Expressions as Patterns
patterns, counts11.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
patterns, default1.3 Some Simple Examples
patterns, empty7.1.6 The Empty Pattern
patterns, expressions as7.1.1 Regular Expressions as Patterns
patterns, ranges in7.1.3 Specifying Record Ranges with Patterns
patterns, regexp constants as7.1.2 Expressions as Patterns
patterns, types of7.1 Pattern Elements
pawk (profiling version of Brian Kernighan’s awk)B.5 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
PC operating systems, gawk onB.3.1.4 Using gawk on PC Operating Systems
PC operating systems, gawk on, installingB.3.1 Installation on PC Operating Systems
percent sign (%), % operator6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
percent sign (%), %= operator6.2.3 Assignment Expressions
percent sign (%), %= operator6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
period (.)3.3 Regular Expression Operators
PerlC.4 Probable Future Extensions
Peters, ArnoA.8 Major Contributors to gawk
Peterson, HalA.8 Major Contributors to gawk
pgawk program11.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
pgawk program, awkprof.out file11.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
pgawk program, dynamic profiling11.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
pipes, closing5.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
pipes, input4.9.5 Using getline from a Pipe
pipes, output5.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
Pitts, DaveAcknowledgments
Pitts, DaveB.4 Reporting Problems and Bugs
plus sign (+)3.3 Regular Expression Operators
plus sign (+), + operator6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
plus sign (+), + operator6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
plus sign (+), ++ (decrement/increment operators)6.2.4 Increment and Decrement Operators
plus sign (+), ++ operator6.2.4 Increment and Decrement Operators
plus sign (+), ++ operator6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
plus sign (+), += operator6.2.3 Assignment Expressions
plus sign (+), += operator6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
pointers to functions9.3 Indirect Function Calls
portability3.2 Escape Sequences
portability, #! (executable scripts)Advanced Notes: Portability Issues with ‘#!
portability, ** operator and6.2.1 Arithmetic Operators
portability, **= operator and6.2.3 Assignment Expressions
portability, ARGV variableAdvanced Notes: Portability Issues with ‘#!
portability, backslash continuation and1.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
portability, backslash in escape sequencesAdvanced Notes: Backslash Before Regular Characters
portability, close() function and5.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
portability, data files as single recordAdvanced Notes: RS = "\0" Is Not Portable
portability, deleting array elements8.2 The delete Statement
portability, example programs12. A Library of awk Functions
portability, fflush() function and9.1.4 Input/Output Functions
portability, functions, defining9.2.1 Function Definition Syntax
portability, gawkC.2.3 Porting gawk to a New Operating System
portability, gettext library and10.2 GNU gettext
portability, internationalization and10.4.3 awk Portability Issues
portability, length() function9.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
portability, new awk vs. old awk6.1.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
portability, next statement in user-defined functions9.2.3.3 Passing Function Arguments By Value Or By Reference
portability, NF variable, decrementing4.4 Changing the Contents of a Field
portability, operatorsAdvanced Notes: Operator Evaluation Order
portability, operators, not in POSIX awk6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
portability, POSIXLY_CORRECT environment variable2.2 Command-Line Options
portability, substr() function9.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
portable object files10.2 GNU gettext
portable object files10.4 Translating awk Programs
portable object files, converting to message object files10.5 A Simple Internationalization Example
portable object files, generating2.2 Command-Line Options
portable object template files10.2 GNU gettext
porting gawkC.2.3 Porting gawk to a New Operating System
positional specifiers, printf statement5.5.3 Modifiers for printf Formats
positional specifiers, printf statement10.4.2 Rearranging printf Arguments
positional specifiers, printf statement, mixing with regular formats10.4.2 Rearranging printf Arguments
positive zeroD.3.2 Floating Point Numbers Are Not Abstract Numbers
POSIX awk0.2 Using This Book
POSIX awk6.2.3 Assignment Expressions
POSIX awk, ** operator and6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
POSIX awk, **= operator and6.2.3 Assignment Expressions
POSIX awk, < operator and4.9.3 Using getline from a File
POSIX awk, arithmetic operators and6.2.1 Arithmetic Operators
POSIX awk, backslashes in string constantsAdvanced Notes: Backslash Before Regular Characters
POSIX awk, BEGIN/END patterns7.1.4.2 Input/Output from BEGIN and END Rules
POSIX awk, bracket expressions and3.4 Using Bracket Expressions
POSIX awk, bracket expressions and, character classes3.4 Using Bracket Expressions
POSIX awk, bracket expressions and, character classes3.4 Using Bracket Expressions
POSIX awk, break statement and7.4.6 The break Statement
POSIX awk, changes in awk versionsA.3 Changes Between SVR4 and POSIX awk
POSIX awk, continue statement and7.4.7 The continue Statement
POSIX awk, CONVFMT variable and7.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
POSIX awk, date utility and9.1.5 Time Functions
POSIX awk, field separators and4.2 Examining Fields
POSIX awk, field separators andAdvanced Notes: Changing FS Does Not Affect the Fields
POSIX awk, FS variable and7.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
POSIX awk, function keyword in9.2.1 Function Definition Syntax
POSIX awk, functions and, length()9.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
POSIX awk, GNU long options and2.2 Command-Line Options
POSIX awk, interval expressions in3.3 Regular Expression Operators
POSIX awk, next/nextfile statements and7.4.8 The next Statement
POSIX awk, numeric strings and6.3.2.1 String Type Versus Numeric Type
POSIX awk, OFMT variable and5.4 Controlling Numeric Output with print
POSIX awk, OFMT variable and6.1.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
POSIX awk, period (.), using3.3 Regular Expression Operators
POSIX awk, printf format strings and5.5.3 Modifiers for printf Formats
POSIX awk, regular expressions and3.3 Regular Expression Operators
POSIX awk, timestamps and9.1.5 Time Functions
POSIX awk, | I/O operator and4.9.5 Using getline from a Pipe
POSIX mode2.2 Command-Line Options
POSIX mode2.2 Command-Line Options
POSIX, awk andPreface
POSIX, gawk extensions not included inA.5 Extensions in gawk Not in POSIX awk
POSIX, programs, implementing in awk13.2 Reinventing Wheels for Fun and Profit
POSIXLY_CORRECT environment variable2.2 Command-Line Options
precedenceAdvanced Notes: Operator Evaluation Order
precedence6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
precedence, regexp operators3.3 Regular Expression Operators
print debugger command14.3.3 Viewing and Changing Data
print statement5. Printing Output
print statement, BEGIN/END patterns and7.1.4.2 Input/Output from BEGIN and END Rules
print statement, commas, omitting5.2 print Statement Examples
print statement, I/O operators in6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
print statement, line continuations and5.2 print Statement Examples
print statement, OFMT variable and7.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
print statement, See Also redirection, of output5.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
print statement, sprintf() function and12.2.3 Rounding Numbers
printf debugger command14.3.3 Viewing and Changing Data
printf statement5. Printing Output
printf statement5.5 Using printf Statements for Fancier Printing
printf statement, columns, aligning5.2 print Statement Examples
printf statement, format-control characters5.5.2 Format-Control Letters
printf statement, I/O operators in6.5 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
printf statement, modifiers5.5.3 Modifiers for printf Formats
printf statement, positional specifiers5.5.3 Modifiers for printf Formats
printf statement, positional specifiers10.4.2 Rearranging printf Arguments
printf statement, positional specifiers, mixing with regular formats10.4.2 Rearranging printf Arguments
printf statement, See Also redirection, of output5.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
printf statement, sprintf() function and12.2.3 Rounding Numbers
printf statement, syntax of5.5.1 Introduction to the printf Statement
printing5. Printing Output
printing, list of options2.2 Command-Line Options
printing, mailing labels13.3.4 Printing Mailing Labels
printing, unduplicated lines of text13.2.6 Printing Nonduplicated Lines of Text
printing, user information13.2.3 Printing out User Information
private variables12.1 Naming Library Function Global Variables
processes, two-way communications with11.3 Two-Way Communications with Another Process
processing dataD.1 What a Program Does
PROCINFO array2.8 Obsolete Options and/or Features
PROCINFO array7.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
PROCINFO array7.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
PROCINFO array9.1.5 Time Functions
PROCINFO array11.3 Two-Way Communications with Another Process
PROCINFO array12.5 Reading the User Database
PROCINFO array12.5 Reading the User Database
PROCINFO array12.6 Reading the Group Database
PROCINFO array13.2.3 Printing out User Information
PROCINFO arrayC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
profiling awk programs11.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
profiling awk programs, dynamically11.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
profiling gawk, See pgawk program11.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
program, definition of1. Getting Started with awk
programmers, attractiveness of11.3 Two-Way Communications with Another Process
programming conventions, --non-decimal-data option11.1 Allowing Nondecimal Input Data
programming conventions, ARGC/ARGV variables7.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
programming conventions, exit statement7.4.10 The exit Statement
programming conventions, function parameters9.2.4 The return Statement
programming conventions, functions, calling9.1.1 Calling Built-in Functions
programming conventions, functions, writing9.2.1 Function Definition Syntax
programming conventions, gawk internalsC.3.3.2 C Code for chdir() and stat()
programming conventions, gawk internalsC.3.3.2 C Code for chdir() and stat()
programming conventions, private variable names12.1 Naming Library Function Global Variables
programming language, recipe forHistory of awk and gawk
Programming languages, AdaGlossary
programming languages, data-driven vs. procedural1. Getting Started with awk
Programming languages, JavaGlossary
programming, basic stepsD.1 What a Program Does
programming, conceptsD. Basic Programming Concepts
programming, conceptsD. Basic Programming Concepts
pwcat program12.5 Reading the User Database

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