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The script assumes the same number of words in each file, since you showed the same number words in the two different word sets. Your next step is to make a few changes to adapt this script to handle files with different numbers of words.


In reply to Re^5: partial match between 2 files by Kenosis
in thread partial match between 2 files by lakssreedhar

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