Using awk to Replace or Delete Strings

awk is an extensive programming language available on all commercial UNIX systems. As discussed in the preceding chapter, awk can be used in a simple command-line form when you want to selectively process lines based on the contents of specific fields.


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For other standard properties of the awk command, see page 520
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