AWK

(Unix language named after its authors... Al Aho, Peter Weinberger and Brian Kernighan)
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Awk

Awk (ak) adjective [ Middle English auk , awk (properly) turned away; (hence) contrary, wrong, from Icelandic √∂figr , √∂fugr , afigr , turning the wrong way, from af off, away; confer Old High German abuh , Sanskrit apāc turned away, fr
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Awk

Awk adverb Perversely; in the wrong way. L'Estrange.
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Awk

• (a.) Odd; out of order; perverse. • (a.) Clumsy in performance or manners; unhandy; not dexterous; awkward. • (adv.) Perversely; in the wrong way. • (a.) Wrong, or not commonly used; clumsy; sinister; as, the awk end of a rod (the but end).
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AWK

The AWK utility is a data extraction and reporting tool that uses a data-driven scripting language consisting of a set of actions to be taken against textual data (either in files or data streams) for the purpose of producing formatted reports. The language used by awk extensively uses the string datatype, associative arrays (that is, arrays index
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Awk

Awk is a UNIX interpreted language for massaging text data developed by Alfred Aho, Peter Weinberger, and Brian Kernighan (the name is formed from their initials). It is characterised by a C-like syntax, a declaration-free approach to variable typing and declarations, associative arrays, and field-oriented text processing.
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awk

awkward
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