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Old 11-19-2008, 12:30 PM   #1
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LXer: Convoluted Column Arithmetic Examples Using Awk On Linux Or Unix

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These may not cover every base, but they probably cover at least one base that you don't see covered much ;) Today's going to be a "fun with awk" day. I figure we should have one now because we never had them in school when I was a kid... The topic, as the title suggests, has to do with columnar arithmetic or, less pompously put, performing arithmetic operations on columns or, even more accessibly, adding stuff up ;) It's somewhat like our older post on doing simple cumulative math with awk, but slightly more confusing.



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