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Thank you to everyone for your patience. I stumbled on this site and was so excited about the possibility of solving this problem that I didn't take as much time rereading what I posted (I know that's not a good thing). One thing I would like to clear up is that I am using this on a webpage, so many of the errors that you guys might be seeing aren't shown (unless I check the logs, which I should do). graff's code and Zed_Lopez's rewording had it almost entirely correct for two files. I actually have 3 files that I would like to combine, but I reduced it to 2 when I was working on it to try and simplify it.

-:-:- I deleted the rest of what I said because GrandFather posted code that I was able to use and adapt for three files. I am pretty sure it works as I want it to. It isn't nearly as efficient as graff's code, but it works. :D Again, thank you to everyone for your help. -:-:-

In reply to Re^3: Comparing lines of multiple files by oomwrtu
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