awk programming

This course teaches how to understand and use the awk programming language. awk appears in many Unix shell scripts and the user needs to be able to understand/modify these scripts. awk can also be used to quickly extract data and generate reports.

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    • Basics
      • Explain what awk is and where it is useful
      • Invoke awk from command line and from awk scripts
      • Use awk to extract data form files in several ways
    • Patterns
      • Explain what awk patterns are and where they are useful when programming in awk
      • Use expressions, ranges, and REs to define awk patterns
      • Generate complex reports using awk
    • Actions
      • Expressions and statements
      • Operators
      • Flow control mechanisms
      • Built-in variables
    • Input and Output
      • Format program output with “printf”
      • Read/write files with pipes using awk’s I/O capabilities
      • Use awk’s line parsing features
      • Utilize commnad line parameters
    • Functions
      • Use awk’s built-in string and arithmetic functions
      • Define your own functions
      • Create local variables in functions
    • Arrays
      • Write programs using awk’s arrays
      • Manipulate arrays using array control statements
      • Determine when arrays are useful data structures in awk programs

    This course is designed for individuals who write/read/use shell scripts in a UNIX environment. The awk programming language is utilized in these scripts to extract data and generate reports.

    • Intermiate Unix and Shell Programming, or equivalent
    • Knowledge of the vi editor

    The Student will be able to modify shell scripts which utilize awk; And will be able to write awk scripts for use at the command line or scripts to extract data and generate reports.

    • PC Workstation for use during training
    • Student Manual

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