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Okay I am a typical VBA part-time programmer. Use VBA to solve a few problems. I have been using Perl/Java offtimes to find solutions and automation to a few tasks that I do. Now typically I'd use a database (access) and an SQL statement to get my results but I have been challenged not to use SQL. I have a super list of data (A) and a sublist (B). I need to generate a list (C) that is in (A) but not in (B).... what would be the fastest way in perl?

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