scripting/awk help : awk sum output is not comming in regular format. Pls advise.


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scripting/awk help : awk sum output is not comming in regular format. Pls advise.

Hi Experts,

I am adding a column of numbers with awk , however not getting correct output:

# awk '{sum+=$1} END {print sum}' datafile
2.15291e+06

How can I getthe output like : 2152910


Thank you..





Code:
 
# awk '{sum+=$1} END {print sum}' datafile 
2.15079e+06

#cat datafile
36171
3832
1361
1229
56096
1629
4421
3654
118455
52231
51299
188963
55128
105351
1229
1606
109271
13050
150202
92293
1157
54625
163311
1253
45338
628891
1357
209511

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Code:
awk '{sum+=$1} END {printf "%.f\n",sum}' datafile

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Scrutinizer ,
nice ..working Thanks.
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If all the numbers are integers, you can use %d (or %u if always positive) instead of %.f
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