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Here are couple of sample files.

file 1)(full occured 3 times vs. the second file where it occured only once!

FULL322418809544200 444FM15852298FP02 1033019970623200307072003EI +CHIN + BEDFORD MA01731 484BB02785SUN MID-ATLANTI + 919 EAST MAIN ST. HDQ 4309 RICHMOND + VA23219 FULL322418809544200 TX79902 OA910UT +17124QWEST PHOENIX RHPS 20 E THOMAS ST 5TH FLOOR + PHOENIX AZ85012 + FULL322418809544200 444FM15 +852298FJ02 1033019970707200307072003EICHIN ST. + HDQ 4309 RICHMOND VA23212 + &&

File 2) FULL occured only once.

FULL322418214114900 444FM15852013FI02 1120619930326200307012003FA +RAGO 458ON08815FLEET 8022667304690 NAAMANS RD + CLAYMONT DE197 +03 &&
thanks!

Each Files ends with "&&"

Edit, BazB added code tags.


In reply to Re: Re: Categorize files in directory by kris2000
in thread Categorize files in directory by kris2000

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