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Old 02-06-2008
Hi, V3,
Thanks, If the file1 is very large will comm work. In that case what could be the alternativ?
Thx
Amit
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Old 02-06-2008
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Originally Posted by amitrajvarma
Hi, V3,
Thanks, If the file1 is very large will comm work. In that case what could be the alternativ?
Thx
Amit
When a file is too big, you have the "split" command. Good luck ! Smilie
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