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call by reference8.2.3 Calling User-Defined Functions
call by value8.2.3 Calling User-Defined Functions
caret (^)2.3 Regular Expression Operators
caret (^)2.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
caret (^), ^ operator5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
caret (^), ^ operator11.2 Command-Line Options
caret (^), ^= operator5.7 Assignment Expressions
caret (^), ^= operator5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
caret (^), ^= operator11.2 Command-Line Options
caret (^), in character lists2.4 Using Character Lists
case keyword6.4.5 The switch Statement
case sensitivity, array indices and7.1 Introduction to Arrays
case sensitivity, converting case8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
case sensitivity, example programs12. A Library of awk Functions
case sensitivity, gawk2.6 Case Sensitivity in Matching
case sensitivity, regexps and2.6 Case Sensitivity in Matching
case sensitivity, regexps and6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
case sensitivity, string comparisons and6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
CGI, awk scripts for11.2 Command-Line Options
character encodings12.2.6 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
character lists2.3 Regular Expression Operators
character lists2.4 Using Character Lists
character lists, character classes2.4 Using Character Lists
character lists, collating elements2.4 Using Character Lists
character lists, collating symbols2.4 Using Character Lists
character lists, complemented2.3 Regular Expression Operators
character lists, equivalence classes2.4 Using Character Lists
character lists, non-ASCII2.4 Using Character Lists
character lists, range expressions2.4 Using Character Lists
character sets12.2.6 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
character sets (machine character encodings)Glossary
character sets, See Also character lists2.3 Regular Expression Operators
characters, counting13.2.7 Counting Things
characters, transliterating13.3.3 Transliterating Characters
characters, values of as numbers12.2.6 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
Chassell, Robert J.Acknowledgments
chdir function, implementing in gawkC.3.2 Directory and File Operation Built-ins
chem utilityGlossary
chr user-defined function12.2.6 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
Cliff random numbers12.2.5 The Cliff Random Number Generator
cliff_rand user-defined function12.2.5 The Cliff Random Number Generator
close function3.8.4 Using getline into a Variable from a File
close function3.8.5 Using getline from a Pipe
close function4.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
close function8.1.4 Input/Output Functions
close function, return valuesAdvanced Notes: Using close's Return Value
close function, two-way pipes and10.2 Two-Way Communications with Another Process
Close, DianeThe GNU Project and This Book
Close, DianeA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
close_func input methodC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
collating elements2.4 Using Character Lists
collating symbols2.4 Using Character Lists
columns, aligning4.2 Examples of print Statements
columns, cutting13.2.1 Cutting out Fields and Columns
comma (,), in range patterns6.1.3 Specifying Record Ranges with Patterns
command line, arguments6.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
command line, arguments6.5.3 Using ARGC and ARGV
command line, arguments11.3 Other Command-Line Arguments
command line, formats1.1 How to Run awk Programs
command line, FS on, setting3.5.3 Setting FS from the Command Line
command line, invoking awk from11.1 Invoking awk
command line, options1.1.3 Running Long Programs
command line, options3.5.3 Setting FS from the Command Line
command line, options11.2 Command-Line Options
command line, options, end of11.2 Command-Line Options
command line, variables, assigning on5.3.2 Assigning Variables on the Command Line
command-line options, processing12.4 Processing Command-Line Options
command-line options, string extraction9.4.1 Extracting Marked Strings
commenting1.1.5 Comments in awk Programs
commenting, backslash continuation and1.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
comp.lang.awk newsgroupB.5 Reporting Problems and Bugs
comparison expressions5.10 Variable Typing and Comparison Expressions
comparison expressions, as patterns6.1.2 Expressions as Patterns
comparison expressions, string vs. regexp5.10.2 Comparison Operators
compatibility mode (gawk), extensionsA.5 Extensions in gawk Not in POSIX awk
compatibility mode (gawk), file names4.7.4 Special File Name Caveats
compatibility mode (gawk), hexadecimal numbers5.1.2 Octal and Hexadecimal Numbers
compatibility mode (gawk), octal numbers5.1.2 Octal and Hexadecimal Numbers
compatibility mode (gawk), specifying11.2 Command-Line Options
compiled programsD.1 What a Program Does
compiled programsGlossary
compl function (gawk)8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
complement, bitwise8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
compound statements, control statements and6.4 Control Statements in Actions
concatenating5.6 String Concatenation
conditional expressions5.12 Conditional Expressions
configuration option, --disable-directories-fatalB.2.2 Additional Configuration Options
configuration option, --disable-lintB.2.2 Additional Configuration Options
configuration option, --disable-nlsB.2.2 Additional Configuration Options
configuration option, --enable-portalsB.2.2 Additional Configuration Options
configuration option, --enable-switchB.2.2 Additional Configuration Options
configuration options, gawkB.2.2 Additional Configuration Options
constants, nondecimal10.1 Allowing Nondecimal Input Data
constants, types of5.1 Constant Expressions
continue statement6.4.7 The continue Statement
control statements6.4 Control Statements in Actions
converting, case8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
converting, dates to timestamps8.1.5 Using gawk's Timestamp Functions
converting, during subscripting7.7 Using Numbers to Subscript Arrays
converting, numbers5.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
converting, numbers, to strings8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
converting, strings to numbers5.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
CONVFMT variable5.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
CONVFMT variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
CONVFMT variable, array subscripts and7.7 Using Numbers to Subscript Arrays
coprocesses4.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
coprocesses10.2 Two-Way Communications with Another Process
coprocesses, closing4.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
coprocesses, getline from3.8.7 Using getline from a Coprocess
cos function8.1.2 Numeric Functions
counting13.2.7 Counting Things
csh utility1.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
csh utility, backslash continuation and1.5 A More Complex Example
csh utility, POSIXLY_CORRECT environment variable11.2 Command-Line Options
csh utility, |& operator, comparison with10.2 Two-Way Communications with Another Process
ctime user-defined function8.2.2 Function Definition Examples
currency symbols, localization9.2 GNU gettext
custom.h fileB.2.3 The Configuration Process
cut utility13.2.1 Cutting out Fields and Columns
cut utility13.2.1 Cutting out Fields and Columns
cut.awk program13.2.1 Cutting out Fields and Columns

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