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Kahrs, JürgenAcknowledgments
Kahrs, JürgenA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
Kenobi, Obi-Wan11.6 Undocumented Options and Features
Kernighan, BrianHistory of awk and gawk
Kernighan, BrianDark Corners
Kernighan, BrianAcknowledgments
Kernighan, Brian5.6 String Concatenation
Kernighan, BrianA.4 Extensions in the Bell Laboratories awk
Kernighan, BrianA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
Kernighan, BrianB.6 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
Kernighan, BrianD.2 Data Values in a Computer
kill command, dynamic profiling10.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
Knights, jedi11.6 Undocumented Options and Features
Kwok, ConradA.6 Major Contributors to gawk

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labels.awk program13.3.4 Printing Mailing Labels
languages, data-drivenD.1 What a Program Does
LC_ALL locale category9.2 GNU gettext
LC_COLLATE locale category9.2 GNU gettext
LC_CTYPE locale category9.2 GNU gettext
LC_MESSAGES locale category9.2 GNU gettext
LC_MESSAGES locale category, bindtextdomain function (gawk)9.3 Internationalizing awk Programs
LC_MONETARY locale category9.2 GNU gettext
LC_NUMERIC locale category9.2 GNU gettext
LC_RESPONSE locale category9.2 GNU gettext
LC_TIME locale category9.2 GNU gettext
left angle bracket (<), < operator5.10.2 Comparison Operators
left angle bracket (<), < operator5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
left angle bracket (<), < operator (I/O)3.8.3 Using getline from a File
left angle bracket (<), <= operator5.10.2 Comparison Operators
left angle bracket (<), <= operator5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
left shift, bitwise8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
leftmost longest match3.7 Multiple-Line Records
length function8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
Lesser General Public License (LGPL)Glossary
LGPL (Lesser General Public License)Glossary
libraries of awk functions12. A Library of awk Functions
libraries of awk functions, assertions12.2.3 Assertions
libraries of awk functions, associative arrays and12.1 Naming Library Function Global Variables
libraries of awk functions, character values as numbers12.2.6 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
libraries of awk functions, command-line options12.4 Processing Command-Line Options
libraries of awk functions, example program for using13.3.9 An Easy Way to Use Library Functions
libraries of awk functions, group database, reading12.6 Reading the Group Database
libraries of awk functions, managing, data files12.3 Data File Management
libraries of awk functions, managing, time12.2.8 Managing the Time of Day
libraries of awk functions, merging arrays into strings12.2.7 Merging an Array into a String
libraries of awk functions, nextfile statement12.2.1 Implementing nextfile as a Function
libraries of awk functions, rounding numbers12.2.4 Rounding Numbers
libraries of awk functions, user database, reading12.5 Reading the User Database
line breaks1.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
line continuations5.11 Boolean Expressions
line continuations, gawk5.12 Conditional Expressions
line continuations, in print statement4.2 Examples of print Statements
line continuations, with C shell1.5 A More Complex Example
lines, blank, printing4.1 The print Statement
lines, counting13.2.7 Counting Things
lines, duplicate, removing13.3.6 Removing Duplicates from Unsorted Text
lines, matching ranges of6.1.3 Specifying Record Ranges with Patterns
lines, skipping between markers6.1.3 Specifying Record Ranges with Patterns
lint checking6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
lint checking, array elements7.6 The delete Statement
lint checking, array subscripts7.8 Using Uninitialized Variables as Subscripts
lint checking, empty programs11.1 Invoking awk
lint checking, issuing warnings11.2 Command-Line Options
lint checking, POSIXLY_CORRECT environment variable11.2 Command-Line Options
lint checking, undefined functions8.2.3 Calling User-Defined Functions
LINT variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
LinuxThe GNU Project and This Book
Linux9.5 A Simple Internationalization Example
LinuxB.4.1.1 Compiling gawk on the Atari ST
LinuxGlossary
locale categories9.2 GNU gettext
locale decimal point character11.2 Command-Line Options
locale, definition of2.9 Where You Are Makes A Difference
localization9.1 Internationalization and Localization
localization, See internationalization, localization9.1 Internationalization and Localization
log files, timestamps in8.1.5 Using gawk's Timestamp Functions
log function8.1.2 Numeric Functions
logical false/true5.9 True and False in awk
logical operators, See Boolean expressions5.11 Boolean Expressions
login information12.5 Reading the User Database
long options11.1 Invoking awk
loops6.4.2 The while Statement
loops, continue statements and6.4.4 The for Statement
loops, count for header10.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
loops, exiting6.4.6 The break Statement
loops, See Also while statement6.4.2 The while Statement
Lost In SpaceC.3 Adding New Built-in Functions to gawk
ls utility1.5 A More Complex Example
lshift function (gawk)8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
lvalues/rvalues5.7 Assignment Expressions

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mailing labels, printing13.3.4 Printing Mailing Labels
mailing list, GNITSAcknowledgments
make_builtin internal functionC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
make_number internal functionC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
make_string internal functionC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
mark parity12.2.6 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
marked string extraction (internationalization)9.4.1 Extracting Marked Strings
marked strings, extracting9.4.1 Extracting Marked Strings
Marx, GrouchoAdvanced Notes: Operator Evaluation Order
match function8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
match function, RSTART/RLENGTH variables8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
matching, expressions, See comparison expressions5.10 Variable Typing and Comparison Expressions
matching, leftmost longest3.7 Multiple-Line Records
matching, null stringsAdvanced Notes: Matching the Null String
mawk programB.6 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
McPhee, PatrickA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
memory, releasingC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
memory, setting limits11.2 Command-Line Options
message object files9.2 GNU gettext
message object files, converting from portable object files9.5 A Simple Internationalization Example
message object files, specifying directory of9.2 GNU gettext
message object files, specifying directory of9.3 Internationalizing awk Programs
metacharacters, escape sequences forAdvanced Notes: Escape Sequences for Metacharacters
mktime function (gawk)8.1.5 Using gawk's Timestamp Functions
modifiers, in format specifiers4.5.3 Modifiers for printf Formats
monetary information, localization9.2 GNU gettext
msgfmt utility9.5 A Simple Internationalization Example

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