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How about this?

Only thing is when I include:

use warnings;

I get the following errors:

Use of uninitialized value in string eq at ./ line +27. Use of uninitialized value in print at ./ line 37.
and the really strange thing is when I get the length of @orgList after deleting all those lines it is the lenghth at the beginning - 1... strange.
# open files, read into array, sort array open (ORGLIST, "<", $ARGV[0]); open (DELLIST, "<", $ARGV[1]); my @orgList = <ORGLIST>; my @delList = <DELLIST>; close ORGLIST; close DELLIST; @orgList = sort(@orgList); @delList = sort(@delList); # counter for entries removed my $j = 0; # iterate through @delList foreach my $line (@delList){ # iterate through @orgList for ( my $i = 0 ; $i < @orgList ; $i++ ){ # if found delete from array if ($line eq $orgList[$i]){ $j++; delete $orgList[$i]; } # end if } # end for } # end foreach print "Entries Removed: $j \n"; open ( NEWORGLIST, ">", "test.out"); print NEWORGLIST @orgList; close (NEWORGLIST); unlink @orgList; unlink @delList;

In reply to Re^2: Search and Remove by PyrexKidd
in thread Search and Remove by PyrexKidd

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