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gawk

(tool, language)
GNU awk. Gawk is a superset of standard awk and includes some Plan 9 features.

David Trueman and Arnold Robbins of Georgia Institute of Technology were developing it in 1993. It has been ported to Unix, MS-DOS, Macintosh, and Archimedes.

Latest version: 2.15.3, as of 1993-11-08.

Available by FTP from your nearest GNU archive site.

Mac version.

Gawk

A version of the awk pattern matching language from the GNU foundation. See awk and GNU.
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At barricades, thousands of gawkers pressed against scores of bobbies in Day-Glo yellow-green vests to grab a glimpse of the film's stars and other celebrities.
As the caravan carrying Palm Beach County ballots cavorted past Disney World down the Ronald Reagan Turnpike, with helicopters hovering overhead and crowds of gawkers snapping pictures, we were pretty sure the ballots would make it to Tallahassee.
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