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How to print the "grep" result as specified keyword order?

I have a content.xls file as given below,
Code:
NC_020815.1	1891831	1894692	virb4_A0A0H2X8Z4_	1	954	1945
NC_020815.1	1883937	1886123	vird4_A0A0P9KA26_	1	729	1379
NC_020815.1	2976151	2974985	virb10_H8FLU5_Ba	1	393	478
NC_020815.1	2968797	2967745	virb6_A0A0Q5GCZ4	5	398	499
NC_020815.1	2974985	2973930	virb11_A0A220WG23	1	352	667
NC_020815.1	2977958	2976915	virb8_A0A220WG48	1	333	462
NC_020815.1	2976915	2976151	virb7_A0A2H1SLS0	1	255	464
NC_020815.1	2976915	2976151	virb9_A0A2H1SLS0	1	255	464
NC_020815.1	2969422	2968895	virb5_V7ZBE7		177	206	465

I have the following key words file as id.txt ,
Code:
virb4 
vird4 
virb10 
virb9 
virb8 
virb11 
virb6
virb7

I need to print the key word containing entire row as the order mentioned in id.txt file (keyword file). The expected outcome as follows,
Code:
NC_020815.1	1891831	1894692	virb4_A0A0H2X8Z4_	1	954	1945
NC_020815.1	1883937	1886123	vird4_A0A0P9KA26_	1	729	1379
NC_020815.1	2976151	2974985	virb10_H8FLU5_Ba	1	393	478
NC_020815.1	2976915	2976151	virb9_A0A2H1SLS0	1	255	464
NC_020815.1	2977958	2976915	virb8_A0A220WG48	1	333	462
NC_020815.1	2974985	2973930	virb11_A0A220WG23	1	352	667
NC_020815.1	2968797	2967745	virb6_A0A0Q5GCZ4	5	398	499
NC_020815.1	2976915	2976151	virb7_A0A2H1SLS0	1	255	464

I have tried the following command to do the same,
Code:
grep 'virb4\|vird4\|virb10\|virb9\|virb8\|virb11\|virb6\|virb7' content.xls > print.xls

It print the keywords containing entire row as the order of content.xls, not the order mentioned in the keyword. Moreover, I need to specify the keywords in a separate file as id.txt not like the code tried by me.
Therefore, please help me to do the same.

Last edited by dineshkumarsrk; 08-08-2019 at 08:31 AM..
 

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ZGREP(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						  ZGREP(1)

NAME
zgrep, zegrep, zfgrep -- print lines matching a pattern in gzip-compressed files SYNOPSIS
zgrep [grep-flags] [--] pattern [files ...] zegrep [grep-flags] [--] pattern [file ...] zfgrep [grep-flags] [--] pattern [file ...] DESCRIPTION
zgrep runs grep(1) on files or stdin, if no files argument is given, after decompressing them with zcat(1). The grep-flags and pattern arguments are passed on to grep(1). If an -e flag is found in the grep-flags, zgrep will not look for a pattern argument. zegrep calls egrep(1), while zfgrep calls fgrep(1). EXIT STATUS
In case of missing arguments or missing pattern, 1 will be returned, otherwise 0. SEE ALSO
egrep(1), fgrep(1), grep(1), gzip(1), zcat(1) AUTHORS
Thomas Klausner <wiz@NetBSD.org> BSD
December 28, 2003 BSD

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