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d.c., See dark cornerDark Corners
dark cornerDark Corners
dark corner4.5.3 Modifiers for printf Formats
dark cornerAdvanced Notes: Syntactic Ambiguities Between `/=' and Regular Expressions
dark corner5.9 True and False in awk
dark cornerGlossary
dark corner, array subscripts7.8 Using Uninitialized Variables as Subscripts
dark corner, break statement6.4.6 The break Statement
dark corner, close functionAdvanced Notes: Using close's Return Value
dark corner, command-line arguments5.3.2 Assigning Variables on the Command Line
dark corner, continue statement6.4.7 The continue Statement
dark corner, CONVFMT variable5.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
dark corner, escape sequences11.3 Other Command-Line Arguments
dark corner, escape sequences, for metacharactersAdvanced Notes: Escape Sequences for Metacharacters
dark corner, exit statement6.4.10 The exit Statement
dark corner, field separatorsAdvanced Notes: Changing FS Does Not Affect the Fields
dark corner, FILENAME variable3.8.9 Points to Remember About getline
dark corner, FILENAME variable6.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
dark corner, FNR/NR variablesAdvanced Notes: Changing NR and FNR
dark corner, format-control characters4.5.2 Format-Control Letters
dark corner, FS as null string3.5.2 Making Each Character a Separate Field
dark corner, input files3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
dark corner, invoking awk11.1 Invoking awk
dark corner, multiline records3.7 Multiple-Line Records
dark corner, NF variable, decrementing3.4 Changing the Contents of a Field
dark corner, OFMT variable4.4 Controlling Numeric Output with print
dark corner, regexp constants5.2 Using Regular Expression Constants
dark corner, regexp constants, /= operator andAdvanced Notes: Syntactic Ambiguities Between `/=' and Regular Expressions
dark corner, regexp constants, as arguments to user-defined functions5.2 Using Regular Expression Constants
dark corner, split function8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
dark corner, strings, storingAdvanced Notes: RS = "\0" Is Not Portable
data, fixed-width3.6 Reading Fixed-Width Data
data-driven languagesD.1 What a Program Does
database, group, reading12.6 Reading the Group Database
database, users, reading12.5 Reading the User Database
date utility, GNU8.1.5 Using gawk's Timestamp Functions
date utility, POSIX8.1.5 Using gawk's Timestamp Functions
dates, converting to timestamps8.1.5 Using gawk's Timestamp Functions
dates, information related to, localization9.2 GNU gettext
Davies, StephenA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
Davies, StephenB.5 Reporting Problems and Bugs
dcgettext function (gawk)8.1.7 Using gawk's String-Translation Functions
dcgettext function (gawk)9.3 Internationalizing awk Programs
dcgettext function (gawk), portability and9.4.3 awk Portability Issues
dcngettext function (gawk)8.1.7 Using gawk's String-Translation Functions
dcngettext function (gawk)9.3 Internationalizing awk Programs
dcngettext function (gawk), portability and9.4.3 awk Portability Issues
deadlocks10.2 Two-Way Communications with Another Process
debugging gawk11.7 Known Bugs in gawk
debugging gawk, bug reportsB.5 Reporting Problems and Bugs
decimal point character, locale specific11.2 Command-Line Options
decrement operators5.8 Increment and Decrement Operators
default keyword6.4.5 The switch Statement
Deifik, ScottAcknowledgments
Deifik, ScottA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
Deifik, ScottB.5 Reporting Problems and Bugs
delete statement7.6 The delete Statement
deleting elements in arrays7.6 The delete Statement
deleting entire arrays7.6 The delete Statement
differences between gawk and awk8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
differences in awk and gawk, ARGC/ARGV variables6.5.3 Using ARGC and ARGV
differences in awk and gawk, ARGIND variable6.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
differences in awk and gawk, array elements, deleting7.6 The delete Statement
differences in awk and gawk, AWKPATH environment variable11.4 The AWKPATH Environment Variable
differences in awk and gawk, BEGIN/END patterns6.1.4.2 Input/Output from BEGIN and END Rules
differences in awk and gawk, BINMODE variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
differences in awk and gawk, BINMODE variableB.3.3.4 Using gawk on PC Operating Systems
differences in awk and gawk, close function4.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
differences in awk and gawk, close functionAdvanced Notes: Using close's Return Value
differences in awk and gawk, ERRNO variable6.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
differences in awk and gawk, error messages4.7.1 Special Files for Standard Descriptors
differences in awk and gawk, FIELDWIDTHS variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
differences in awk and gawk, function arguments (gawk)8.1.1 Calling Built-in Functions
differences in awk and gawk, getline command3.8 Explicit Input with getline
differences in awk and gawk, IGNORECASE variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
differences in awk and gawk, implementation limitations3.8.9 Points to Remember About getline
differences in awk and gawk, implementation limitations4.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
differences in awk and gawk, input/output operators3.8.7 Using getline from a Coprocess
differences in awk and gawk, input/output operators4.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
differences in awk and gawk, line continuations5.12 Conditional Expressions
differences in awk and gawk, LINT variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
differences in awk and gawk, match function8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
differences in awk and gawk, next/nextfile statements6.4.9 Using gawk's nextfile Statement
differences in awk and gawk, print/printf statements4.5.3 Modifiers for printf Formats
differences in awk and gawk, PROCINFO array6.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
differences in awk and gawk, record separators3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
differences in awk and gawk, regexp constants5.2 Using Regular Expression Constants
differences in awk and gawk, regular expressions2.6 Case Sensitivity in Matching
differences in awk and gawk, RS/RT variables3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
differences in awk and gawk, RT variable6.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
differences in awk and gawk, single-character fields3.5.2 Making Each Character a Separate Field
differences in awk and gawk, split function8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
differences in awk and gawk, strings5.1.1 Numeric and String Constants
differences in awk and gawk, strings, storingAdvanced Notes: RS = "\0" Is Not Portable
differences in awk and gawk, strtonum function (gawk)8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
differences in awk and gawk, strtonum function (gawk)8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
differences in awk and gawk, TEXTDOMAIN variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
differences in awk and gawk, trunc-mod operation5.5 Arithmetic Operators
directories, changingC.3.2 Directory and File Operation Built-ins
directories, searching11.4 The AWKPATH Environment Variable
directories, searching13.3.9 An Easy Way to Use Library Functions
division5.5 Arithmetic Operators
do-while statement2.1 How to Use Regular Expressions
do-while statement6.4.3 The do-while Statement
documentation, of awk programs12.1 Naming Library Function Global Variables
documentation, onlineThe GNU Project and This Book
documents, searching13.3.1 Finding Duplicated Words in a Document
dollar sign ($)2.3 Regular Expression Operators
dollar sign ($), $ field operator3.2 Examining Fields
dollar sign ($), $ field operator5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
dollar sign ($), incrementing fields and arrays5.8 Increment and Decrement Operators
double quote (")1.1.2 Running awk Without Input Files
double quote (")1.1.6 Shell-Quoting Issues
double quote ("), regexp constants2.8 Using Dynamic Regexps
double-precision floating-pointD.2 Data Values in a Computer
Drepper, UlrichAcknowledgments
dupnode internal functionC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
dupword.awk program13.3.1 Finding Duplicated Words in a Document

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