Free Software Foundation
Package “Free Software Foundation” has 15 man pages.
gawk(1) Gawk is the GNU Project's implementation of the AWK programming language. It conforms to the definition of the language in the POSIX 1003.1 Standard. This... igawk(1) Igawk is a simple shell script that adds the ability to have “include files” to gawk(1). AWK programs for igawk are the same as for gawk, except that, in... filefuncs.3am(3) The filefuncs extension adds several functions that provide access to file-related facilities.chdir() The chdir() function is a direct hook to the chdir(2)... fnmatch.3am(3) The fnmatch extension provides an AWK interface to the fnmatch(3) routine. It adds a single function named fnmatch(), one predefined variable (FNM_NOMATCH), and... fork.3am(3) The fork extension adds three functions, as follows. inplace.3am(3) The inplace extension adds two functions named inplace_begin() and inplace_end(). These functions are meant to be invoked from the inplace.awk wrapper which is... ordchr.3am(3) The ordchr extension adds two functions named ord(). and chr(), as follows. readdir.3am(3) The readdir extension adds an input parser for directories. When this extension is in use, instead of skipping directories named on the command line (or with... readfile.3am(3) The readfile extension adds a single function named readfile(). The argument is the name of the file to read. The return value is a string containing the entire... revoutput.3am(3) The revoutput extension adds a simple output wrapper that reverses the characters in each output line. It's main purpose is to show how to write an output... revtwoway.3am(3) The revtwoway extension adds a simple two-way processor that reverses the characters in each line sent to it for reading back by the AWK program. It's main... rwarray.3am(3) The rwarray extension adds two functions named writea(). and reada(), as follows. time.3am(3) The time extension adds two functions named gettimeofday() and sleep(), as follows.