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#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; # use warnings; my $input = <<END; >4kt0_M|P72986 MALSDTQILAALVVALLPAFLAFRLSTELYK iiiiiiiiiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIIII >6uzv_m|P72986 MALSDTQILAALVVALLPAFLAFRLSTELYK iiiiiiiiiiiiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMII >5oy0_m|P72986 MALSDTQILAALVVALLPAFLAFRLSTELYK iiiiiiiiiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIIII >5oy0_m|P72986 MALSDTQILDIFFERENTAFLAFRLSTELYK iiiiiiiiiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIIII >7oy0_m|P72996 MALSDTQILAALVVALLPAFLAFRLSTELYK iiiiiiiiiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIIII >6hqb_M|P72986 MALSDTQILAALVVALLPAFLAFRLSTELYK iiiiiiiiiiiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIIIII END my %unique; for ( split /(?=>)/, $input ) { $unique{ join "\n", (split /[|\n]/)[1, 2]} //= $_; } use Data::Dump 'dd'; dd sort values %unique;



In reply to Re: How to make unique entries by tybalt89
in thread How to make unique entries by Anonymous Monk

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