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24216Re: [Clip] Find Common Words Among Two Documents

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  • Robert Bull
    Dec 8, 2013
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      On Friday, December 6, 2013, 2:22:19 PM, flo.gehrke wrote:

      fg> Here is a clip that simulates Comm.exe. In my view, the clip has
      fg> some advantages:

      fg> 2. The output is arranged in one column. This provides a better
      fg> overview when comparing long lines. The arrangement in two columns
      fg> with Comm doesn't work reliably anyway. Quite often, the entries
      fg> are assigned to the wrong column.

      comm's default output is three vertical streams separated by tabs. If
      you look its output in a console, it looks scrambled because the tabs
      are invisible. Is that misleading you?

      For a clearer version of comm with more features, see File
      Intersection; original page seems to have gone, so here's the Wayback
      Machine's version:


      Robert Bull
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