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NEWS

Inteview with Aharon Robbins.
- http://awk.info/?news/robbinsTalks

Ed Morton shows how to print ranges within an input file.
- http://awk.info/?tip/printranges

Janis Papanagnou shows how to use header names
to reference column data.
- http://awk.info/?tip/readheaders

Tibor Palinkas shows how to embed Awk inside "C".
- http://awk.info/?news/libmawk

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Panos Papadopoulos has moved Spawk (SQL+AWK) to GoogleCode.
- http://awk.info/?tools/spawk-in-googlecode

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Greece. Residents of that city visited awk.info more
than anywhere else in the world.

Also, Athens' love of Awk is increasing.  The August
visits have increased a  massive 181%  from the
previous month.

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