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Printing Output

   One of the most common things that actions do is to output or "print"
some or all of the input.  For simple output, use the `print'
statement.  For fancier formatting use the `printf' statement.  Both
are described in this chapter.


The `print' statement.
Print Examples
Simple examples of `print' statements.
Output Separators
The output separators and how to change them.
Controlling Numeric Output With `print'.
The `printf' statement.
How to redirect output to multiple files and pipes.
Special Files
File name interpretation in `gawk'. `gawk' allows access to inherited file descriptors.