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11:21pm Wed 15th May, Runzhi Z.

Hi Professor, Since I'm using a lot of lines of awk in the script, can awk commands be written as awk scripts (i.e., *.awk) and then called in a shell script? If so, can they be packaged together during submission? Additionally, should awk files include a header comment indicating the author's name? Thanks!


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2:13pm Thu 16th May, Michael W.

"Runzhi Zhao" <24*2*5*4@s*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> Hi Professor, > > Since I'm using a lot of lines of awk in the script, can awk commands be written as awk scripts (i.e., *.awk) and then called in a shell script? If so, can they be packaged together during submission? Additionally, should awk files include a header comment indicating the author's name? > > Thanks!
Hi Runzhi, Yes, you can use a number of scripts to get the job done, including more than one awk script, if you wish. You then put all the scripts for the two programs, plus the .git repo for the assignment, in the single zip'd/tar'd directory. Re: information in the awk script, sure, if it relates to the script. Cheers MichaelW 👨‍🎨

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