> my awk skills are non-existent but shouldn't this be $symbol? The condition a 
> few
> lines above uses $n == "" instead of n == ""
> with that change, Reviewed-by: Peter Hutterer <peter.hutte...@who-t.net>
> Cheers,
>    Peter

Well, awk is a bit peculiar in that respect.
Noting that awk automatically splits a read line into tokens $1, $2,
$3, and so on (and $0 is the whole),
where n == 2, $n would be equal to the second token of the
most-recently read line.

"symbol" without the dollar sign is actually correct.

 - Jeff
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