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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting perl with two files and print Post 302337976 by durden_tyler on Sunday 26th of July 2009 04:45:47 PM
Old 07-26-2009
Originally Posted by cdfd123

one file
>hi|23433|sp|he is RAJ<space>>hi|23333|df|He is HUMAN<space>>hi|222|gi|howru|just
>hi|25559|gs|heisANUJ<space>>hi|2232|sp|he is fool

Another file

so output wil be ...if the list contain HUMAN only take it as shown:
HUMAN hi|23433|sp|he is RAJ


$ cat f1
>hi|23433|sp|he is RAJ >hi|23333|df|He is HUMAN >hi|222|gi|howru|just
>hi|25559|gs|heisANUJ >hi|2232|sp|he is fool
$ cat f2
$ perl -ne 'BEGIN{open(F2,"f2");chomp($x=<F2>);close(F2)}{print $x," ",substr($_,1,index($_,">hi",1)-1),"\n" if /$x/}' f1
HUMAN hi|23433|sp|he is RAJ 

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