The Unix tool, 45 years old, finally got an upgrade

AWK, a software platform that was first introduced in 1977 has finally received a long-awaited update, almost half a century since its inception.

What makes this launch even more impressive? It’s the work and vision of Brian Kernighan (80-year-old Canadian computer scientist), who is part the team behind the software acronym (AWK, Alfred Aho Peter Weinberger, Brian Kernighan).

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