I don't know is there any tools for that. Since there are only 2500 lines, we can do the job in a normal way.
1. read one line at a time using 'while' or read and store in 2 arrays
+ line by line. (open, while, @file1, @file2, '<')
2. 'split' the line with '$#$' in both the arrays/lines. (split, @arra
3. In a subroutine compare first, second and third field of the array
+1 with first, second and third field of the array2 respectivey, for t
(for time comparison you can use Date::Manip or Date::Calc module) (&s
4. write the result in a file to create a report. (open, '>')
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