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Q
question mark (?)2.3 Regular Expression Operators
question mark (?)2.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
question mark (?), ?: operator5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
QUIT signal (MS-DOS)10.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
quoting1.1.2 Running awk Without Input Files
quoting1.1.3 Running Long Programs
quoting1.1.5 Comments in awk Programs
quoting, rules for1.1.6 Shell-Quoting Issues
quoting, tricks for1.1.6 Shell-Quoting Issues

R
Rakitzis, Byron13.3.6 Removing Duplicates from Unsorted Text
rand function8.1.2 Numeric Functions
random numbers, Cliff12.2.5 The Cliff Random Number Generator
random numbers, rand/srand functions8.1.2 Numeric Functions
random numbers, seed of8.1.2 Numeric Functions
range expressions2.4 Using Character Lists
range patterns6.1.3 Specifying Record Ranges with Patterns
Rankin, PatAcknowledgments
Rankin, Pat5.7 Assignment Expressions
Rankin, PatA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
Rankin, PatB.5 Reporting Problems and Bugs
raw sockets10.3 Using gawk for Network Programming
readable data files, checking12.3.3 Checking for Readable Data Files
readable.awk program12.3.3 Checking for Readable Data Files
recipe for a programming languageHistory of awk and gawk
record separators3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
record separators6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
record separators, changing3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
record separators, regular expressions as3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
record separators, with multiline records3.7 Multiple-Line Records
records3. Reading Input Files
recordsD.1 What a Program Does
records, multiline3.7 Multiple-Line Records
records, printing4.1 The print Statement
records, splitting input into3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
records, terminating3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
records, treating files asAdvanced Notes: RS = "\0" Is Not Portable
recursive functions8.2.1 Function Definition Syntax
redirection of input3.8.3 Using getline from a File
redirection of output4.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
reference counting, sorting arrays7.11 Sorting Array Values and Indices with gawk
regexp constants2.1 How to Use Regular Expressions
regexp constants5.1.3 Regular Expression Constants
regexp constants5.10.2 Comparison Operators
regexp constants, /=…/, /= operator andAdvanced Notes: Syntactic Ambiguities Between `/=' and Regular Expressions
regexp constants, as patterns6.1.2 Expressions as Patterns
regexp constants, in gawk5.2 Using Regular Expression Constants
regexp constants, slashes vs. quotes2.8 Using Dynamic Regexps
regexp constants, vs. string constants2.8 Using Dynamic Regexps
regexp, See regular expressions2. Regular Expressions
register_deferred_variable internal functionC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
register_open_hook internal functionC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
regular expressions2. Regular Expressions
regular expressions as field separators3.5 Specifying How Fields Are Separated
regular expressions, anchors in2.3 Regular Expression Operators
regular expressions, as field separators3.5.1 Using Regular Expressions to Separate Fields
regular expressions, as patterns2.1 How to Use Regular Expressions
regular expressions, as patterns6.1.1 Regular Expressions as Patterns
regular expressions, as record separators3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
regular expressions, case sensitivity2.6 Case Sensitivity in Matching
regular expressions, case sensitivity6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
regular expressions, computed2.8 Using Dynamic Regexps
regular expressions, constants, See regexp constants2.1 How to Use Regular Expressions
regular expressions, dynamic2.8 Using Dynamic Regexps
regular expressions, dynamic, with embedded newlinesAdvanced Notes: Using \n in Character Lists of Dynamic Regexps
regular expressions, gawk, command-line options2.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
regular expressions, interval expressions and11.2 Command-Line Options
regular expressions, leftmost longest match2.7 How Much Text Matches?
regular expressions, operators2.1 How to Use Regular Expressions
regular expressions, operators2.3 Regular Expression Operators
regular expressions, operators, for buffers2.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
regular expressions, operators, for words2.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
regular expressions, operators, gawk2.5 gawk-Specific Regexp Operators
regular expressions, operators, precedence of2.3 Regular Expression Operators
regular expressions, searching for13.2.2 Searching for Regular Expressions in Files
relational operators, See comparison operators5.10 Variable Typing and Comparison Expressions
return statement, user-defined functions8.2.4 The return Statement
return values, close functionAdvanced Notes: Using close's Return Value
rev user-defined function8.2.2 Function Definition Examples
rewind user-defined function12.3.2 Rereading the Current File
right angle bracket (>), > operator5.10.2 Comparison Operators
right angle bracket (>), > operator5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
right angle bracket (>), > operator (I/O)4.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
right angle bracket (>), >= operator5.10.2 Comparison Operators
right angle bracket (>), >= operator5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
right angle bracket (>), >> operator (I/O)4.6 Redirecting Output of print and printf
right angle bracket (>), >> operator (I/O)5.14 Operator Precedence (How Operators Nest)
right shift, bitwise8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
Ritchie, DennisD.2 Data Values in a Computer
RLENGTH variable6.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
RLENGTH variable, match function and8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
Robbins, Arnold3.5.3 Setting FS from the Command Line
Robbins, Arnold3.8.5 Using getline from a Pipe
Robbins, Arnold12.5 Reading the User Database
Robbins, Arnold13.3.2 An Alarm Clock Program
Robbins, ArnoldA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
Robbins, ArnoldB.5 Reporting Problems and Bugs
Robbins, ArnoldC.4 Probable Future Extensions
Robbins, Bill3.8.5 Using getline from a Pipe
Robbins, HarryAcknowledgments
Robbins, JeanAcknowledgments
Robbins, MiriamAcknowledgments
Robbins, Miriam3.8.5 Using getline from a Pipe
Robbins, Miriam12.5 Reading the User Database
Robinson, WillC.3 Adding New Built-in Functions to gawk
robot, theC.3 Adding New Built-in Functions to gawk
Rommel, Kai UweAcknowledgments
Rommel, Kai UweA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
round user-defined function12.2.4 Rounding Numbers
rounding12.2.4 Rounding Numbers
rounding numbers12.2.4 Rounding Numbers
RS variable3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
RS variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
RS variable, multiline records and3.7 Multiple-Line Records
rshift function (gawk)8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
RSTART variable6.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
RSTART variable, match function and8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
RT variable3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
RT variable3.7 Multiple-Line Records
RT variable6.5.2 Built-in Variables That Convey Information
Rubin, PaulHistory of awk and gawk
Rubin, PaulA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
rule, definition of1. Getting Started with awk
rvalues/lvalues5.7 Assignment Expressions

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