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Re^2: compare two files and print the differences of file 2 in a third file

by hopper (Novice)
on Jun 15, 2017 at 20:57 UTC ( #1192894=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


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in thread compare two files and print the differences of file 2 in a third file

Thanks for taking time to take look at my code. I think you misunderstand my issues. The issues is that I have two files and each files has the multiple sections, and each section contents the description of it. The problem I am want to do is to compare two files and only print out the sections and subsection within that are not in file1 and save to the third file. Your edited code is comparing all the lines but I want to compare the sections and ignore the lines within the section. For example, file2: (Section, eighteen, 3, 4, YELLOW HAIR 3, HIGH, 'this is a cattt 1) has 7 strings) and if the line (7 strings) does match with the line in file 1 then I want to print out the no match information ( ex: Section, eighteen 3, 4, YELLOW HAIR 3, HIGH, 'this is a cattt 1, cccccccccccccc kkkkkkkkkkkkkk... So far, my code print out just (Section, eighteen 3, 4, YELLOW HAIR 3, HIGH, 'this is a cattt 1, ) it does not print out the subsections that belongs to the section, like cccccccccccccc.... . Please help me figure out what is the issues with my code. Thanks so much in advance.
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Re^3: compare two files and print the differences of file 2 in a third file
by kevbot (Priest) on Jun 16, 2017 at 05:56 UTC
    Hello lonnie,

    It appears that you edited your original post, and removed you original input data. This removed important context for some of the replies that you previously received. If you make an update to a post, it's less confusing if you add new information and keep the original information intact. You can do that by adding an update to the bottom of you original post. It makes it easier to identify an update if you annotate it in some way. For example,

    UPDATE: This is an update.

    Also, your original post now lacks proper formatting. Please use code tags like you did in your original post. If the format of your post is easier to read, you will likely receive more help.

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