How to create individual entries from a range of numbers?

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Thanks, I could see there was a loop, but the working out how it was being set up and the use of the Field Separator had me confused.

Much clearer now, but not what I would have come up with by myself. Plenty more for me to learn with awk I think! Smilie

Thanks again,
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odump(1)						      General Commands Manual							  odump(1)

       odump - dumps selected parts of an object file

       odump [ options ] file...

       The command dumps selected parts of each object file.  This command works for object files and archives of object files.

       The following options are available with the command:

       -a	  Dumps the archive header for each member of the specified archive file.

       -f	  Dumps each file header.

       -g	  Dumps the global symbols from the symbol table of a RISC archive.

       -o	  Dumps each optional header.

       -h	  Dumps section headers.

       -i	  Dumps the symbolic information header.

       -s	  Dumps section contents.

       -r	  Dumps relocation information.

       -l	  Dumps line number information.

       -t	  Dumps symbol table entries.

       -zname	  Dumps line number entries for the specified function name.

       -c	  Dumps the string table.

       -L	  Interpret and print the contents of the .lib sections.

       -F	  Dumps the file descriptor table.

       -P	  Dumps the procedure descriptor table.

       -R	  Dumps the relative file index table.

       The command accepts these modifiers with the options:

       -dnumber   Dumps  the  section  number or a range of sections starting at number and ending either at the last section number or the number
		  you specify with +d.

       +dnumber   Dumps sections in the range beginning with the first section or beginning with the section you specify with -d.

       -nname	  Dumps information only about the specified name.  This modifier works with -h, -s, -r, -l, and -t.

       -p	  Does not print headers

       -tindex	  Dumps only the indexed symbol table entry.  You can also specify a range of symbol table entries by using the modifier  -t  with
		  the +t option.

       +tindex	  Dumps  the symbol table entries in the specified range.  The range begins at the first symbol table entry or at the entry speci-
		  fied by -t.  The range ends with the specified indexed entry.

       -u	  Underlines the name of the file for emphasis.

       -v	  Dumps information symbolically rather than numerically (for example, Static rather than 0X02 ).  You can use	-v  with  all  the
		  options except -s.

		  Dumps the specified line number entry or a range of line numbers.  The range starts at the number for the named function.

       +znumber   Dumps line numbers for a specified range.  The range starts at either the name or number specified by -z The range ends with the
		  number specified by +z.

       Also, an option and its modifier can be separated by using blanks.  The name can be separated from the number that modifies -z by replacing
       the comma with a blank.

       The command tries to format information in a helpful way, printing information in character, hexadecimal, octal, or decimal as appropriate.

See Also
       a.out(5), ar(5)

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