On 9/13/07, Jeffrey Goldberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Sep 13, 2007, at 1:19 PM, Kurt Buff wrote:
> > I think I may have a better solution. The file I'm trying to massage
> > has a predecessor - the non-unique lines are the result of a
> > concatenation of two files.
> >
> > Silly me, it's better to 'grep -v' with the one file vs. the second
> > rather than trying to merge, sort and further massage the result. The
> > fix will be to use sed against the first file to remove the ' NO',
> > thus providing a clean argument for grepping the other file.
> Instead of grep -v take a look at comm.
> -j

Interesting! I just looked at the man page, and while I don't think it
it's going to be directly useful (or I'm just not reading the page
correctly), it's a new utility to me - I'll keep it in mind for other

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