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since the data files are effectively presorted...

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use Algorithm::Diff qw(traverse_sequences); die unless @ARGV == 2 and $ARGV[0] ne $ARGV[1]; my @files = @ARGV; my %data; push @{$data{$ARGV}}, $_ while <>; my $a = $data{$files[0]}; my $b = $data{$files[1]}; my (@additions, @deletions); traverse_sequences $a, $b, { DISCARD_A => sub { push @deletions, $a->[$_[0]] }, DISCARD_B => sub { push @additions, $b->[$_[0]] }, }; if (@deletions) { print "Deletions:", $/; print for @deletions; print $/; } if (@additions) { print "Additions:", $/; print for @additions; print $/; }

In reply to Re: Comparison Of Files by mdillon
in thread Comparison Of Files by ImpalaSS

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