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scalar valuesD.2 Data Values in a Computer
Schreiber, BertAcknowledgments
Schreiber, RitaAcknowledgments
search pathsB.3.3.4 Using gawk on PC Operating Systems
search pathsB.3.4.3 Running gawk on VMS
search paths, for source files11.4 The AWKPATH Environment Variable
search paths, for source files13.3.9 An Easy Way to Use Library Functions
search paths, for source filesB.3.4.3 Running gawk on VMS
searching8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
searching, files for regular expressions13.2.2 Searching for Regular Expressions in Files
searching, for words13.3.1 Finding Duplicated Words in a Document
sed utilityAdvanced Notes: Changing FS Does Not Affect the Fields
sed utility13.3.8 A Simple Stream Editor
sed utilityGlossary
semicolon (;)1.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
semicolon (;), AWKPATH variable andB.3.3.4 Using gawk on PC Operating Systems
semicolon (;), separating statements in actions6.3 Actions
semicolon (;), separating statements in actions6.4 Control Statements in Actions
separators, field6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
separators, field6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
separators, field, FIELDWIDTHS variable and6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
separators, field, POSIX and3.2 Examining Fields
separators, for records3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
separators, for records3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
separators, for records, regular expressions as3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
separators, for statements in actions6.3 Actions
separators, record6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
separators, subscript6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
set_value internal functionC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
shells, piping commands intoAdvanced Notes: Piping into sh
shells, quoting6.2 Using Shell Variables in Programs
shells, quoting, rules for1.1.6 Shell-Quoting Issues
shells, scripts1.1.1 One-Shot Throwaway awk Programs
shells, variables6.2 Using Shell Variables in Programs
shift, bitwise8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
short-circuit operators5.11 Boolean Expressions
side effects5.6 String Concatenation
side effects5.8 Increment and Decrement Operators
side effectsAdvanced Notes: Operator Evaluation Order
side effects, array indexing7.2 Referring to an Array Element
side effects, asort function7.11 Sorting Array Values and Indices with gawk
side effects, assignment expressions5.7 Assignment Expressions
side effects, Boolean operators5.11 Boolean Expressions
side effects, conditional expressions5.12 Conditional Expressions
side effects, decrement/increment operators5.8 Increment and Decrement Operators
side effects, FILENAME variable3.8.9 Points to Remember About getline
side effects, function calls5.13 Function Calls
side effects, statements6.3 Actions
signals, HUP/SIGHUP10.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
signals, INT/SIGINT (MS-DOS)10.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
signals, QUIT/SIGQUIT (MS-DOS)10.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
signals, USR1/SIGUSR110.5 Profiling Your awk Programs
sin function8.1.2 Numeric Functions
single quote (')1.1.1 One-Shot Throwaway awk Programs
single quote (')1.1.3 Running Long Programs
single quote (')1.1.6 Shell-Quoting Issues
single quote ('), vs. apostrophe1.1.5 Comments in awk Programs
single quote ('), with double quotes1.1.6 Shell-Quoting Issues
single-character fields3.5.2 Making Each Character a Separate Field
single-precision floating-pointD.2 Data Values in a Computer
Skywalker, Luke11.6 Undocumented Options and Features
sleep utility13.3.2 An Alarm Clock Program
sockets10.3 Using gawk for Network Programming
Solaris, POSIX compliant awkB.6 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
sort function, arrays, sorting7.11 Sorting Array Values and Indices with gawk
sort utility13.3.5 Generating Word-Usage Counts
sort utility, coprocesses and10.2 Two-Way Communications with Another Process
sorting characters in different languages9.2 GNU gettext
source code, awkaB.6 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
source code, Bell Laboratories awkB.6 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
source code, gawkB.1 The gawk Distribution
source code, mawkB.6 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
source code, mixing11.2 Command-Line Options
source files, search path for13.3.9 An Easy Way to Use Library Functions
sparse arrays7.1 Introduction to Arrays
Spencer, HenryGlossary
split function8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
split function, array elements, deleting7.6 The delete Statement
split utility13.2.4 Splitting a Large File into Pieces
split.awk program13.2.4 Splitting a Large File into Pieces
sprintf function4.4 Controlling Numeric Output with print
sprintf function8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
sprintf function, OFMT variable and6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
sprintf function, print/printf statements and12.2.4 Rounding Numbers
sqrt function8.1.2 Numeric Functions
square brackets ([])2.3 Regular Expression Operators
srand function8.1.2 Numeric Functions
Stallman, RichardThe GNU Project and This Book
Stallman, RichardAcknowledgments
Stallman, RichardA.6 Major Contributors to gawk
Stallman, RichardGlossary
standard input1.1.2 Running awk Without Input Files
standard input4.7.1 Special Files for Standard Descriptors
standard output4.7.1 Special Files for Standard Descriptors
stat function, implementing in gawkC.3.2 Directory and File Operation Built-ins
statements, compound, control statements and6.4 Control Statements in Actions
statements, control, in actions6.4 Control Statements in Actions
statements, multiple1.6 awk Statements Versus Lines
stlen internal variableC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
stptr internal variableC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
stream editorsAdvanced Notes: Changing FS Does Not Affect the Fields
stream editors13.3.8 A Simple Stream Editor
strftime function (gawk)8.1.5 Using gawk's Timestamp Functions
string constants5.1.1 Numeric and String Constants
string constants, vs. regexp constants2.8 Using Dynamic Regexps
string extraction (internationalization)9.4.1 Extracting Marked Strings
string operators5.6 String Concatenation
string-matching operators2.1 How to Use Regular Expressions
stringsC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
strings, converting5.4 Conversion of Strings and Numbers
strings, converting, numbers to6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
strings, converting, numbers to6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
strings, converting, numbers to8.1.6 Bit-Manipulation Functions of gawk
strings, empty, See null strings3.1 How Input Is Split into Records
strings, extracting9.4.1 Extracting Marked Strings
strings, for localization9.3 Internationalizing awk Programs
strings, length of5.1.1 Numeric and String Constants
strings, merging arrays into12.2.7 Merging an Array into a String
strings, NODE internal typeC.3.1 A Minimal Introduction to gawk Internals
strings, null3.5.1 Using Regular Expressions to Separate Fields
strings, numeric5.10.1 String Type Versus Numeric Type
strings, splitting8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
strtonum function (gawk)8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
strtonum function (gawk), --non-decimal-data option and10.1 Allowing Nondecimal Input Data
sub function5.2 Using Regular Expression Constants
sub function8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
sub function, arguments of8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
sub function, escape processing8.1.3.1 More About `\' and `&' with sub, gsub, and gensub
subscript separators6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
subscripts in arrays, multidimensional7.9 Multidimensional Arrays
subscripts in arrays, multidimensional, scanning7.10 Scanning Multidimensional Arrays
subscripts in arrays, numbers as7.7 Using Numbers to Subscript Arrays
subscripts in arrays, uninitialized variables as7.8 Using Uninitialized Variables as Subscripts
SUBSEP variable6.5.1 Built-in Variables That Control awk
SUBSEP variable, multidimensional arrays7.9 Multidimensional Arrays
substr function8.1.3 String-Manipulation Functions
Sumner, AndrewB.6 Other Freely Available awk Implementations
switch statement6.4.5 The switch Statement
syntactic ambiguity: /= operator vs. /=…/ regexp constantAdvanced Notes: Syntactic Ambiguities Between `/=' and Regular Expressions
system function8.1.4 Input/Output Functions
systime function (gawk)8.1.5 Using gawk's Timestamp Functions

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