List duplicate files based on Name and size

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Old 01-02-2014
@ctsgnb - your solution shows incorrect results (shows all 4 files for the first command and nothing for second command.

@RudiC - I use cygwin where your solution displays nothing (no error also). I tried this also on redhat linux and same result.

Thanks for you efforts.
Could anyone please offer universal solutions please!
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