FAQ: comp.lang.awk: pointer

FAQ: comp.lang.awk: pointer

Post by awk.. » Fri, 26 Apr 2002 10:00:00



Archive-name: computer-lang/awk/pointer
Comp-lang-awk-archive-name: pointer
Posting-Frequency: weekly
Last-modified: 2001-Apr-07
FAQ-Last-modified: 2002-Mar-28
Posting-Via: news.demon.net (mail2news)
Not-Posting-Via: my connectivity provider who doesn't do news for uucp now
Not-Posting-Via-The-Cable-Modem-Because: I don't want to

Frequently Asked Questions == FAQ

comp.lang.awk is about the use of Awk on ALL computer platforms.

The comp.lang.awk FAQ list is posted frequently, with a long expiry time.
This article's References: header points to it.  Some sites on the World
Wide Web archive all Usenet posts, and should be able to find it for you.

Also, it is available from news.answers archives.

quoting the news.answers FAQ:

``
                    Where are *.answers archived?

  All of the *.answers newsgroups are archived in the periodic posting
archive on rtfm.mit.edu [18.181.0.24].  Postings are located in the
anonymous ftp directories /pub/usenet/alt.answers,
/pub/usenet/comp.answers, etc., and are archived by "Archive-name".
Other subdirectories of /pub/usenet contain periodic postings that may
not appear in *.answers (as well as most of the *.answers postings),
saved by Subject line rather than by Archive-name.

  If you do not have anonymous ftp access, you can access the archives
by mail server as well.  Send an E-mail message to

separate lines for more information.
''

The FAQ list for comp.lang.awk can be found on the Internet:
  <ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/comp.lang.awk/faq>
  <http://www.faqs.org/faqs/computer-lang/awk/faq/>

A version reformatted for PalmPilot may be found at
  <http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/Lab/1059/zips/awkfaq.zip>

An Italian translation may be found at
  <http://www.geocities.com/Eureka/Plaza/7153/i-awk-faq.html>
  [error 1999-Jul-20]

 
 
 

FAQ: comp.lang.awk: pointer

Post by awk.. » Thu, 02 May 2002 21:00:00


Archive-name: computer-lang/awk/pointer
Comp-lang-awk-archive-name: pointer
Posting-Frequency: weekly
Last-modified: 2001-Apr-07
FAQ-Last-modified: 2002-Mar-28
Posting-Via: news.demon.net (mail2news)
Not-Posting-Via: my connectivity provider who doesn't do news for uucp now
Not-Posting-Via-The-Cable-Modem-Because: I don't want to

Frequently Asked Questions == FAQ

comp.lang.awk is about the use of Awk on ALL computer platforms.

The comp.lang.awk FAQ list is posted frequently, with a long expiry time.
This article's References: header points to it.  Some sites on the World
Wide Web archive all Usenet posts, and should be able to find it for you.

Also, it is available from news.answers archives.

quoting the news.answers FAQ:

``
                    Where are *.answers archived?

  All of the *.answers newsgroups are archived in the periodic posting
archive on rtfm.mit.edu [18.181.0.24].  Postings are located in the
anonymous ftp directories /pub/usenet/alt.answers,
/pub/usenet/comp.answers, etc., and are archived by "Archive-name".
Other subdirectories of /pub/usenet contain periodic postings that may
not appear in *.answers (as well as most of the *.answers postings),
saved by Subject line rather than by Archive-name.

  If you do not have anonymous ftp access, you can access the archives
by mail server as well.  Send an E-mail message to

separate lines for more information.
''

The FAQ list for comp.lang.awk can be found on the Internet:
  <ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/comp.lang.awk/faq>
  <http://www.faqs.org/faqs/computer-lang/awk/faq/>

A version reformatted for PalmPilot may be found at
  <http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/Lab/1059/zips/awkfaq.zip>

An Italian translation may be found at
  <http://www.geocities.com/Eureka/Plaza/7153/i-awk-faq.html>
  [error 1999-Jul-20]

 
 
 

1. FAQ: comp.lang.awk: pointer

Archive-name: computer-lang/awk/pointer
Comp-lang-awk-archive-name: pointer
Posting-Frequency: weekly

Frequently Asked Questions == FAQ

comp.lang.awk is about the use of Awk on ALL computer platforms.

The comp.lang.awk FAQ list is posted frequently, with a long expiry time.
This article's References: header points to it.  Some sites on the World
Wide Web archive all Usenet posts, and should be able to find it for you.

Also, it is available from news.answers archives.

quoting the news.answers FAQ:

``
                    Where are *.answers archived?

  All of the *.answers newsgroups are archived in the periodic posting
archive on rtfm.mit.edu [18.181.0.24].  Postings are located in the
anonymous ftp directories /pub/usenet/alt.answers,
/pub/usenet/comp.answers, etc., and are archived by "Archive-name".
Other subdirectories of /pub/usenet contain periodic postings that may
not appear in *.answers (as well as most of the *.answers postings),
saved by Subject line rather than by Archive-name.

  If you do not have anonymous ftp access, you can access the archives
by mail server as well.  Send an E-mail message to

separate lines for more information.
''

The FAQ list for comp.lang.awk is located on rtfm.mit.edu at

  /pub/usenet/comp.lang.awk/faq

  <ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/comp.lang.awk/faq>

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