This is an introduction to AWK that focuses on showing you the most useful
features of AWK. Hopefully, the HTML format will be much more enlightening
to you than your average man-page.
If you'd like more information on any particular section, or even a whole
new section of something, just ask!
As I come across useful teaching examples, I will try to put them here.
The first one is not a truely robust program, but it does the basic job
pretty durn well.
You can also look at
The USENET AWK
FAQ, for gorey details, and answers about the history and distribution