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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Unix File operations Post 302166130 by Sathy153 on Monday 11th of February 2008 04:27:35 AM
Old 02-11-2008
Try this..

Ok.. Now I got your requirement.

Try below shell script..

#! /bin/ksh
#set -vx
INFILE1=$1
INFILE2=$2
OUTFILE=/tmp/outfil.dat
cat $INFILE1 | while read line
do
cat $INFILE2 | while read line1
do
echo $line
wrd=`echo $line1 | cut -c1-24`
if [ $line = $wrd ]; then
echo $line1 >> $OUTFILE
fi
done
done

======================================================
$cat f1.dat
QWERTYUI098765432112345
QWIUYTUI098765432112345
CDXRTYUI098765432112345

$cat f2.dat
QWERTYUI098765432112345 abc@soft.com 2007-09-260012275.80 0000924 00245.00 2007-
10-25ASDFRESS,POIU S 000000000000015.52 000000000000000.00 CBB00010000000906
QWERTYUI098765432112345 abc@soft.com 2007-09-260012275.80 0000924 00245.00 2007-
10-25ASDFRESS,POIU S 000000000000015.52 000000000000000.00 CBB00010000000906
QWERTYUI098765432112345 abc@soft.com 2007-09-260012275.80 0000924 00245.00 2007-
10-25ASDFRESS,POIU S 000000000000015.52 000000000000000.00 CBB00010000000906
AAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA abc@soft.com 2007-09-260012275.80 0000924 00245.00 2007-
10-25ASDFRESS,POIU S 000000000000015.52 000000000000000.00 CBB00010000000906
$

$comp.ksh f1.dat f2.dat

$view /tmp/outfil.dat
QWERTYUI098765432112345 abc@soft.com 2007-09-260012275.80 0000924 00245.00 2007-
10-25ASDFRESS,POIU S 000000000000015.52 000000000000000.00 CBB00010000000906
QWERTYUI098765432112345 abc@soft.com 2007-09-260012275.80 0000924 00245.00 2007-
10-25ASDFRESS,POIU S 000000000000015.52 000000000000000.00 CBB00010000000906
QWERTYUI098765432112345 abc@soft.com 2007-09-260012275.80 0000924 00245.00 2007-
10-25ASDFRESS,POIU S 000000000000015.52 000000000000000.00 CBB00010000000906

Smilie Hope this solves your problem
 
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NAME
Jifty::Plugin::User::Mixin::Model::User - user model base mixin SYNOPSIS
package MyApp::Model::User; use Jifty::DBI::Schema; use MyApp::Record schema { # column definitions }; # Import columns: name, email and email_confirmed use Jifty::Plugin::User::Mixin::Model::User; DESCRIPTION
This mixin may be added to a model to give your user accounts a name and an email address. This module may be used as the basic building block for building account models in your application. It can be combined with mixins from an authentication plugin to create an object suitable for a given authentication mechanism. SCHEMA
This mixin model adds the following columns to the model. name This is the username/nickname for the user of the account. email This is the email address of the account. It is intended as a bare minimum confirmation of identity and for communication of password resets and other account information. email_confirmed This is a flag indicating whether the user has confirmed ownership of the given email address. METHODS
set_email ADDRESS Whenever a user's email is set to a new value, we need to make sure they reconfirm it. validate_email Makes sure that the email address looks like an email address and is not taken. SEE ALSO
Jifty::Plugin::Authentication::Password, Jifty::Plugin::Authentication::Password::Mixin::Model::User LICENSE
Jifty is Copyright 2005-2010 Best Practical Solutions, LLC. Jifty is distributed under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.14.2 2010-12-10 Jifty::Plugin::User::Mixin::Model::User(3pm)

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