There is a problem with the enumeration entry for AWK, as there is with several other languages, in that it does not show examples of the USE of the enumeration type, only its definition. By giving an example of the use of the scheme suggested for AWK, it will be apparent that it is quite weak.
It's a programming language
Can't we state up front that AWK is a programming language? It's a very good scripting language, but the current definition seems to skip around the obvious. --Paddy3118 21:29, 22 May 2011 (UTC)