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Old 08-05-2009
print in awk

hi frnds.

i have one variable in AWK as below

and am printing the variable as below

Code:
 
Rowcount=54
print Rowcount

so it will printout the value 54. but want to print it as '54' . with single quotes both the sides.
Plz help me how can i achieve it in AWK script.
note: not in command prompt. but inside the AWK script. Plz
# 2  
Old 08-05-2009
Code:
print "'" Rowcount "'"
#or
printf "'%s'\n",Rowcount


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