> }' input file > outputfile
> it always complains as Unmatched '. Can any guru tell me why? Thanks.
but I strongly suggest you use a different shell, or else call the awk
script from the shell using "#!/bin/awk -f". 15 years ago I tried to
manage large AWK scripts in a C shell. It was the first reason I
found to switch to the Bourne shell.
I also included the optional semicolons, and used cb(1) to indent AWK
scripts, to catch nesting errors.
Bruce <barnett at crd. ge. com> (speaking as myself, and not a GE employee)