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Shell script logic
I have 2 input files like with file 1 content as (file1)
"BRGTEST-242" a.txt "BRGTEST-240" a.txt "BRGTEST-219" e.txt
File 2 contents as fle(2)
"BRGTEST-244" a.txt "BRGTEST-244" b.txt "BRGTEST-231" c.txt "BRGTEST-231" d.txt "BRGTEST-221" e.txt
I want to get... (22 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
I need to compare 2 text files with around 60000 rows and 1 column. I need to compare these and write the mismatch data to 3rd file.
File1 - file2 = file3
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm a great fan of this forum... it has helped me tone my skills in shell scripting. I have a challenge here, which I'm sure you guys would help me in achieving...
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
how to use the filehandle stored in a variable without knowing its file association i.e. the filename
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Is there any way i can know the association between sockets and the processes which created them.
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