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Once a program's translatable strings have been marked, they must
be extracted to create the initial `.po' file.
As part of translation, it is often helpful to rearrange the order
in which arguments to
printf are output.
gawk's `--gen-po' command-line option extracts
the messages and is discussed next.
printf's ability to
rearrange the order for
printf arguments at runtime
10.4.1 Extracting Marked Strings Extracting marked strings. 10.4.2 Rearranging
awk-level portability issues.
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