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Hey tough guy let's see how u would grep :
1. The number of people with brown hair and firstnames starting with "j"?

Look at the problem, don't just throw out grep and map.
I'm sure i won't hear from you again, and thanks for the reputation points

Good luck with the job hunt.

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