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This will get you started. If you want more help, you'll need to put more effort into your question:
declare or otherwise obtain list of files declare scalar for max (a, b) equal to undef for every file{ open the file for reach line{ split the line into scalars (current a, current b) if current a > max a then set max b = current b } close the file } you now have b from the maximum seen value of a

I'm not sure what the post has to do with hashes or hash files (I'm not even sure what is meant by a hash file), so my response didn't address that.

In reply to Re: asking for suggestions about hash files by jrsimmon
in thread asking for suggestions about hash files by Anonymous Monk

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