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programming meta awk aka awk-seption
« on: March 01, 2024, 10:45:30 PM »

while pondering how it might be possible to (re)write kv.awk 
 while preserving line ordering and processing the file in more traditional `awk like filtering style

i ended up using the below method(s) to allow prototyping/editing the script from the command line

print script without shebang
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awk '{if( NR != 1 ) print $0}' ./kv.awk

run script in awk
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busybox awk "$(awk '{if( NR != 1 ) print $0}' ./kv.awk)"
...
https://github.com/Gumnos/kv.awk # A dumb key/value store implemented in awk & plain-text files

as previously mentioned @ https://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,25301.msg171402.html#msg171402

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Gumnos/kv.awk/master/kv.awk

some small changes after some testing
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diff -ud ./kv.awk-orig ./kv.awk >kv-patchkv-patch attached .. as the forum server didnt like code section

more EG
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quit printing script when BEGIN is found , and append some extra to the end of the script  ;D
echo some input
run script
setting KEY abc to VALUE xyz
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echo un du trois | DEBUG=y busybox awk "$(awk '{if( $0 ~ "^BEGIN" ) exit; if( NR != 1 ) print $0}' ./kv.awk)"'BEGIN{ main() }; {print $0}' test.txt set abc xyz

get value of key abc
also pass unknown key !
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echo abcd | DEBUG=y busybox awk "$(awk '{if( $0 ~ "^BEGIN" ) exit; if( NR != 1 ) print $0}' ./kv.awk)"'BEGIN{ main() }; {print $0}' test.txt get abc cde

any one resorted similar methods ?
or have i over done the eucalyptus!??

*sings* La mer