Provides a SNOBOL interpreter.
sno [ File ... ]
The sno command provides a SNOBOL compiler and interpreter, with some differences from standard SNOBOL. It reads the named files and the standard input and compiles all input through a statement containing the end label. The rest is available to the syspit pseudo-variable.
The sno command differs from standard SNOBOL in the following ways:
|a ** b||Produces an unanchored search for b.|
|a *x* b = x c|
|Produces an unanchored assignment.|
|a *x* x||Produces an unanchored search for abc.|
To run the file test.s through the sno command and direct the output into the file output, enter:
sno < test.s > output
|/usr/bin/sno||Contains the sno command.|
The awk command.