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Hello skumar_pm,

Welcome to the Monastery. Refrain from duplicating your questions Splitting a file based on matched conditions, it would be better to update your question instead of creating a new one.

Use <code> tags so we can view your code and download it. Review your code format it and update it.

Looking forward to your update, BR.

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In reply to Re: Splitting a file based on matched conditions by thanos1983
in thread Splitting a file based on matched conditions by skumar_pm

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