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names, arrays/variables7. Arrays in awk
names, arrays/variables12.1 Naming Library Function Global Variables
names, functions8.2.1 Function Definition Syntax
names, functions12.1 Naming Library Function Global Variables
namespace issues7. Arrays in awk
namespace issues12.1 Naming Library Function Global Variables
namespace issues, functions8.2.1 Function Definition Syntax
nawk utility0.1 A Rose by Any Other Name
negative zeroD.3.2 Floating Point Numbers Are Not Abstract Numbers
NetBSDGlossary
networks, programming10.3 Using gawk for Network Programming
networks, support for4.7.3 Special Files for Network Communications
newlines1.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
newlines5.11 Boolean Expressions
newlines11.2 Command-Line Options
newlines, as field separators3.5 Specifying How Fields Are Separated
newlines, as record separators3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
newlines, in dynamic regexpsAdvanced Notes: Using \n in Character Lists of Dynamic Regexps
newlines, in regexp constantsAdvanced Notes: Using \n in Character Lists of Dynamic Regexps
newlines, printing4.2 Examples of print Statements
newlines, separating statements in actions6.3 Actions
newlines, separating statements in actions6.4 Control Statements in Actions
next file statementA.5 Extensions in gawk Not in POSIX awk
next file statement, deprecated11.5 Obsolete Options and/or Features
next file statement, in gawk6.4.9 Using gawk's nextfile Statement
next statement5.11 Boolean Expressions
next statement6.4.8 The next Statement
next statement, BEGIN/END patterns and6.1.4.2 Input/Output from BEGIN and END Rules
next statement, user-defined functions and6.4.8 The next Statement
nextfile statement6.4.9 Using gawk's nextfile Statement
nextfile statement, BEGIN/END patterns and6.1.4.2 Input/Output from BEGIN and END Rules
nextfile statement, implementing12.2.1 Implementing nextfile as a Function
nextfile statement, in gawk6.4.9 Using gawk's nextfile Statement
nextfile statement, next file statement and11.5 Obsolete Options and/or Features
nextfile statement, user-defined functions and6.4.9 Using gawk's nextfile Statement
nextfile user-defined function12.2.1 Implementing nextfile as a Function
NF variable3.2 Examining Fields
NF variable6.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
NF variable, decrementing3.4 Changing the Contents of a Field
noassign.awk program12.3.5 Treating Assignments as File Names
NODE internal typeC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
nodes, duplicatingC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
not Boolean-logic operator5.11 Boolean Expressions
NR variable3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
NR variable6.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
NR variable, changingAdvanced Notes: Changing NR and FNR
null strings3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
null strings3.5.1 Using Regular Expressions to Separate Fields
null strings5.9 True and False in awk
null stringsD.2 Data Values in a Computer
null strings, array elements and7.6 The delete Statement
null strings, as array subscripts7.8 Using Uninitialized Variables as Subscripts
null strings, converting numbers to strings5.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
null strings, matchingAdvanced Notes: Matching the Null String
null strings, quoting and1.1.6 Shell-Quoting Issues
number sign (#), #! (executable scripts)1.1.4 Executable awk Programs
number sign (#), #! (executable scripts), portability issues with1.1.4 Executable awk Programs
number sign (#), commenting1.1.5 Comments in awk Programs
numbersC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
numbers, as array subscripts7.7 Using Numbers to Subscript Arrays
numbers, as values of characters12.2.6 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
numbers, Cliff random12.2.5 The Cliff Random Number Generator
numbers, converting5.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
numbers, converting, to strings6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
numbers, converting, to strings6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
numbers, converting, to strings8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
numbers, floating-pointD.2 Data Values in a Computer
numbers, floating-point, AWKNUM internal typeC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
numbers, hexadecimal5.1.2 Octal and Hexadecimal Numbers
numbers, NODE internal typeC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
numbers, octal5.1.2 Octal and Hexadecimal Numbers
numbers, random8.1.2 Numeric Functions
numbers, rounding12.2.4 Rounding Numbers
numeric, constants5.1.1 Numeric and String Constants
numeric, output format4.4 Controlling Numeric Output with print
numeric, strings5.10.1 String Type Versus Numeric Type
numeric, valuesC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals

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oawk utility0.1 A Rose by Any Other Name
obsolete features11.5 Obsolete Options and/or Features
octal numbers5.1.2 Octal and Hexadecimal Numbers
octal values, enabling interpretation of11.2 Command-Line Options
OFMT variable4.4 Controlling Numeric Output with print
OFMT variable5.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
OFMT variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
OFMT variable, POSIX awk and4.4 Controlling Numeric Output with print
OFS variable3.4 Changing the Contents of a Field
OFS variable4.3 Output Separators
OFS variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
OpenBSDGlossary
OpenSolarisB.6 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
operating systems, BSD-basedThe GNU Project and This Book
operating systems, BSD-based10.4 Using gawk with BSD Portals
operating systems, PC, gawk onB.3.3.4 Using gawk on PC Operating Systems
operating systems, PC, gawk on, installingB.3.3 Installation on PC Operating Systems
operating systems, porting gawk toC.2.2 Porting gawk to a New Operating System
operating systems, See Also GNU/Linux, PC operating systems, UnixB. Installing gawk
operations, bitwise8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
operators, arithmetic5.5 Arithmetic Operators
operators, assignment5.7 Assignment Expressions
operators, assignment5.7 Assignment Expressions
operators, assignment, evaluation order5.7 Assignment Expressions
operators, Boolean, See Boolean expressions5.11 Boolean Expressions
operators, decrement/increment5.8 Increment and Decrement Operators
operators, GNU-specific2.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
operators, input/output3.8.3 Using getline from a File
operators, input/output3.8.5 Using getline from a Pipe
operators, input/output3.8.7 Using getline from a Coprocess
operators, input/output4.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
operators, input/output4.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
operators, input/output5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
operators, input/output5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
operators, input/output5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
operators, logical, See Boolean expressions5.11 Boolean Expressions
operators, precedenceAdvanced Notes: Operator Evaluation Order
operators, precedence5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
operators, relational, See operators, comparison5.10 Variable Typing and Comparison Expressions
operators, short-circuit5.11 Boolean Expressions
operators, string5.6 String Concatenation
operators, string-matching2.1 How to Use Regular Expressions
operators, string-matching, for buffers2.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
operators, word-boundary (gawk)2.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
options, command-line1.1.3 Running Long Programs
options, command-line3.5.3 Setting FS from the Command Line
options, command-line11.2 Command-Line Options
options, command-line, end of11.2 Command-Line Options
options, command-line, invoking awk11.1 Invoking awk
options, command-line, processing12.4 Processing Command-Line Options
options, deprecated11.5 Obsolete Options and/or Features
options, long11.1 Invoking awk
options, long11.2 Command-Line Options
options, printing list of11.2 Command-Line Options
OR bitwise operation8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
or Boolean-logic operator5.11 Boolean Expressions
or function (gawk)8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
ord user-defined function12.2.6 Translating Between Characters and Numbers
order of evaluation, concatenation5.6 String Concatenation
ORS variable4.3 Output Separators
ORS variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
output field separator, See OFS variable3.4 Changing the Contents of a Field
output record separator, See ORS variable4.3 Output Separators
output redirection4.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
output, buffering8.1.4 Input/Output Functions
output, bufferingAdvanced Notes: Controlling Output Buffering with system
output, duplicating into files13.2.5 Duplicating Output into Multiple Files
output, files, closing4.8 Closing Input and Output Redirections
output, format specifier, OFMT4.4 Controlling Numeric Output with print
output, formatted4.5 Using printf Statements for Fancier Printing
output, pipes4.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
output, printing, See printing4. Printing Output
output, records4.3 Output Separators
output, standard4.7.1 Special Files for Standard Descriptors

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