"Comparing two files issue"

Post #302639255 by Mustafa19804 on Friday 11th of May 2012 11:54:04 AM

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47shailesh, I am sorry for the confusion, I actually need to print all lines not matching $z. I want all the files in system_files minus the files in rules1.txt file
Originally Posted by 47shailesh
-v will do just opposite of your requirement. It will print all lines not matching $z into temp.
you should loose for loop and try -f option of grep, that would be just one line command
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