I need a simple perl or shell script that will compare one text file and output the lines, in this case email addresses, that are not found in the other file.
Here is an example:
namenotinatlist1com <<-- These are not in list one so the script should output these entries
Currently I can use this command to perform the needed action but it only works if the list entries are under 1000 lines, otherwise an "Argument list too long" error is returned.
# egrep -v $(cat list1 | tr '\n' '|' | sed 's/.$//') list2
The operating system this needs to work on will be FreeBSD or Linux with bash shell and Perl 5.8+
Bu iş için 8 freelancer ortalamada $50 teklif veriyor
I'm expert in Perl that's why I'm sure you'll be impressed with my work. See PMB for details.
I can give you one line script in 30 seconds that does what you need. And here is a free hint. You need DIFFerence between those two lists.
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Hi! I'm interested in your project. Please see details in PMB. Thank you
can deliver either a 1-liner shell-script using a few standard tools, or a very small standalone perl-script.
Simple one command with proper arguments does the job!