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This chapter covers how to run awk, both POSIX-standard
gawk-specific command-line options, and what
gawk do with non-option arguments.
It then proceeds to cover how
gawk searches for source files,
obsolete options and/or features, and known bugs in
This chapter rounds out the discussion of
as a program and as a language.
While a number of the options and features described here were discussed in passing earlier in the book, this chapter provides the full details.
How to run
12.2 Command-Line Options Command-line options and their meanings. 12.3 Other Command-Line Arguments Input file names and variable assignments. 12.4 The
Searching directories for
12.5 Obsolete Options and/or Features Obsolete Options and/or features. 12.6 Undocumented Options and Features 12.7 Known Bugs in
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