In part 11 of the series, we string and number built-in functions
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Episodes about using Awk, the text manipulation language. It comes in various forms called awk, nawk, mawk and gawk, but the standard version on Linux is GNU Awk (gawk). It's a programming language optimised for the manipulation of delimited text.
Awk Part 11
Gnu Awk Documentation: https://www.gnu.org/software/gawk/manual/gawk.html#String-Functions
- atan2: arctangent of y / x in randians
- cos: cosine of x in radians
- exp: ex
- int: floor float to int
- log: natrual log
- randn: (pseudo) random number between 0 and 1
- sin: sine of x in radians
- sqrt: square root
- srand: (pseudo) random between 0 and 1, manually setting the seed
- asort: array sort. Returns array with the values sorted
- asori: array sort. Returns array with the keys (index) sorted
- gensub: Search the target string target for matches of the regular expression regexp. Returns string with substituted text.
- gsub: Search target for all of the longest, leftmost, nonoverlapping matching substrings it can find and replace them with replacement. Returns string with substituted text.
- sub: Search target, which is treated as a string, for the leftmost, longest substring matched by the regular expression regexp. Returns string with substituted text.
- index: Search the string in for the first occurrence of the string find. Returns the position where that occurence begins
- length: returns length of string
- match: Search string for the longest, leftmost substring matched by the regular expression regexp and return the character position (index) at which that substring begins.
- split: Divide string into pieces delimted by field separator. Returns an array of strings
- sprintf: Allows you to store the a string in the that would have been the output of printf into a variable
- strtonum: Turn octal representation to number
- substr: Substring starting at position x for length of y. Returns string
- tolower: Lower-case the string
- toupper: Upper-case the string
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