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you don't say if the repeated lines will be in succession(one right after the other) or if they can be spread out through the file. If it's random...then this is what i'd use....
my @lines=(); open (FILE,"$tempfile5") || die "Cannot read from $tempfile5\n"; my $found = 0; while(<FILE>){ my $line_holder = $_; #DOH, should have had this here foreach my $val(@lines){ if($val eq $line_holder){$found = 1;} } if($found){ $found = 0; next; }else{ push @lines, $line_holder; } }

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In reply to Re: Unique array w/o repeated elements and still keep the original order! by TexasTess
in thread Unique array w/o repeated elements and still keep the original order! by chuleto1

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