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  1. [ubuntu] Re: how to compare two text files to get the identical lines

    Thank you,iponeverything.You helped me a lot.Thanks again!
    Nice wishes to you.
    :guitar:
  2. [ubuntu] Re: how to compare two text files to get the identical lines

    hi,iponeverything.Thank you for your nice and kind advice.
    And I still get a problem here since I am not famillar with the commands of 'sed' or 'awk'.I want to check out the products number in file2...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: how to compare two text files to get the identical lines

    :guitar::KS
    Thank you,iponeverything.I am done with the problem after the command issued.And thank you all.May GNU-Linux be with you.
  4. [ubuntu] Re: how to compare two text files to get the identical lines

    hi,mjpatey.Thx.And the advice doesn't work for my problem here.
  5. [ubuntu] how to compare two text files to get the identical lines

    Hi,there.I am asking for help here.I get two text files of products number.I need to compare the 2 files to get the identical products number.

    The two files are attached below here.
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    [other] Re: about I/O redirection of shell

    Thank you!It's clear now.:)
    "May the source be with you!":)
    And thank you for your nice wishes.:lolflag:
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    [other] Re: about I/O redirection of shell

    Hi,iaculallad.Thanks a lot.
    I agree you.Guess the shell is not quite logically defined.But I do appreciate the shell language.I am learning the shell recently.And it's great.

    And I get a new...
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    [other] Re: about I/O redirection of shell

    Hi,iaculallad!
    It's ok while thinking your way.But what confusing me is about the operation order there.Let's see.

    While commanding "ls > ls_result",I guess the order would be:
    1."ls" to tell...
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    [other] about I/O redirection of shell

    Hello.
    I am getting a problem while testing the command below:

    ls > ls_result.txt

    I checked the file ls_result.txt and found there was a line of "ls_result.txt" there.I am confused.And my...
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