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I would like to print every field from the 11th field to the $NF field.  Is there a way to do this?

For example, if there were 14 fields total I would want to print 11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th fields in my awk statement.  But I won't know ahead of time there are 14 total fields, so is there a way to do it using the $NF variable?
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awk '{ORS=OFS;for( i=11;i<=NF; i++ ){ print $i }print "\n"}'
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Can you tell me what ORS and what OFS stand for?  (I assume OFS means Output File Seperator?)
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      OFS    output field separator (default blank)

       ORS    output record separator (default newline)
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Thanks for all your help!
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