awkium: an awk interpreter


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Use awkium

You can use awkium shown as follows.
$ java -jar /path/to/jar-file/awkium.jar [options] [file|var=x ...]
$ java -jar /path/to/jar-file/awkium.jar [options] 'program' [file|var=x ...]
$ java -jar /path/to/jar-file/awkium.jar
$ java -jar /path/to/jar-file/awkium.jar --repl
$ java -jar /path/to/jar-file/awkium.jar --shell [shell-options]
You can invoke awkium with GUI mode when you invoke without any options, or Read-Eval-Print-Loop(REPL) if your environment does not have GUI.

Options of awkium are shown as follows.

-F separator
specify a delimiter.

-f script
specify awkium script files.

-v var=val
define a variable. Variables are defined before BEGIN actions are invoked.

--source source
specify a source directly. You can specify script files and sources in a command line.

--version
display version and exit.

--with-cpp
invoke C preprocessor before invoking awkium. C preprocessor are implemented originally.

--repl
invoke REPL.

--shell
invoke awkium shell. You can specify shell options.

GUI

  1. specify a path to edit
  2. specify a filename filter. You can use UNIX-compatible wildcards
  3. specify a filename to edit
  4. check it if you edit to subfolders
  5. show "immediate" (debugging) window
  6. specify a kind of a delimiter
  7. specify a delimiter
  8. specify character set of input files
  9. specify character set of output files
  10. describe a awkium script
  11. execute editting