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With awk you can do something like this:

Code:
awk '
FNR==NR{arr[$1]=$1;next}
!arr[$1]{print}
' "datafile.txt" "numbers.txt"

Regards
 
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Collator::sortWithSortKeys - Sort array using specified collator and sort keys

	Object oriented style

SYNOPSIS
public bool Collator::sortWithSortKeys (array &$arr) DESCRIPTION
Procedural style bool collator_sort_with_sort_keys (Collator $coll, array &$arr) Similar to collator_sort(3) but uses ICU sorting keys produced by ucol_getSortKey() to gain more speed on large arrays. PARAMETERS
o $coll -Collator object. o $arr -Array of strings to sort RETURN VALUES
Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure. EXAMPLES
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