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Old 10-02-2007
Java to find numbers using awk

suppose u have a file

23 33
44 66
55 88

Another file

So to find where these numbers lie between in the first file
output shud be while using second file and search for the first file
44 66
23 33
44 66
# 2  
Old 10-02-2007
nawk -f cdfd.awk file1 file2
   for(i in f1)
      if( $1 >= i && $1 <= f1[i] ) {
        print i, f1[i]
   print "-"

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