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Ok, i'm near the end of the script now. In this bit, I can see why the script prints out the line from $csv2, but I can't understand how it prints out the line from csv1. I can't see where it gets this information.
if ($count >= $desired) { print "$csv2\n"; ++$matched; } } print "$_\n\n" if $matched;
I can see the:
print "$_\n\n" if $matched;
bit somehow contains the information from csv1, but I can't see anything in the script which suggests why this would be?

In reply to Re^24: Addional "year" matching functionality in word matching script by bms9nmh
in thread Addional "year" matching functionality in word matching script by bms9nmh

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