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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Fusion de 2 fichiers Post 302364086 by Celmar on Thursday 22nd of October 2009 04:33:15 AM
Old 10-22-2009
Fusion de 2 fichiers


je souhaiterais un script bash fusionnant 2 fichiers tout en virant les doublons.
Exemple :

fic1 :

fic2 :

Résultat souhaité, fic 3 :

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bamg2geo(1rheolef)						    rheolef-6.1 						bamg2geo(1rheolef)

bamg2geo - convert bamg mesh in geo format SYNOPSIS
bamg2geo options input[.bamg] input[.dmn] bamg2geo options input[.bamg] -Cl domlabel bamg2geo options input[.bamg] {-dom domname}* DESCRIPTION
Convert a bamg `.bamg' into `.geo' one. The output goes to standart output. The `.dmn' file specifies the domain names, since bamg mesh generator uses numbers as domain labels. EXAMPLE
bamg -g toto.bamgcad -o toto.bamg bamg2geo toto.bamg toto.dmn > toto.geo BAMG CAD FILE
This file describe the boundary of the mesh geometry. A basic example writes (See bamg documentation for more); MeshVersionFormatted 0 Dimension 2 Vertices 4 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 3 0 1 4 Edges 4 1 2 101 2 3 102 3 4 103 4 1 104 hVertices 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 DOMAIN NAME FILE
This auxilliary `.dmn' file defines the boundary domain names as used by Rheolef, since bamg uses numeric labels for domains. EdgeDomainNames 4 bottom right top left THE DOMAIN NAME FILE CAN ALSO SPECIFY ADDITIONAL VERTICES DOMAIN
EdgeDomainNames 4 bottom right top left VerticeDomainNames 4 left_bottom right_bottom right_top left_top Vertice domain names are usefull for some special boundary conditions. OPTIONS
-upgrade -noupgrade Default is to output a version 2 `.geo' file format. See geo(1). With the -noupgrade, a version 1 file format is assumed. -dom dom1 ... -dom domN SEE ALSO
geo(1) rheolef-6.1 rheolef-6.1 bamg2geo(1rheolef)

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