revoutput

       @load "revoutput"

       BEGIN { REVOUT = 1 }    # Reverse all output strings

DESCRIPTION
       The  revoutput extension adds a simple output wrapper that reverses the
       characters in each output line.  It's main purpose is to  show  how  to
       write  an  output  wrapper,  although  it  may be mildy amusing for the
       unwary.

EXAMPLE
       @load "revoutput"

       BEGIN {
           REVOUT = 1
           print "hello, world" > "/dev/stdout"
       }

       The output from this program is:

       dlrow ,olleh

SEE ALSO
       GAWK:  Effective   AWK   Programming,   filefuncs(3am),   fnmatch(3am),
       fork(3am),   inplace(3am),  ordchr(3am),  readdir(3am),  readfile(3am),
       rwarray(3am), time(3am).

AUTHOR
       Arnold Robbins, arnold@skeeve.com.

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