[SGVLUG] Question for "text" database gurus
John E. Kreznar
jek at ininx.com
Wed Jun 18 05:44:02 PDT 2008
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"Emerson, Tom (*IC)" <Tom.Emerson at wbconsultant.com> writes:
Subject: Re: [SGVLUG] Question for "text" database gurus
Mention of "database" in the Subject: pushed this into my "deferred
reading" queue. The closest I come to anything "database" is that I
built my email white list processor upon Berkeley DB2.
> Once combined, I know I can use "sort" to (a) sort by the date (or even
> the entire record), but then how do I detect and remove duplicate rows
> from this data?
If they're duplicate lines, Wyble's "uniq" solution will work. But I
suspect that you knew this. So you're not telling enough about the
format. Can you post a sample?
John E. Kreznar jek at ininx.com 9F1148454619A5F08550 705961A47CC541AFEF13
Some folks cherish the freedom to read the computer programs that they
use. Such a person is rightfully offended when asked to give up this
freedom, as necessary to render a document in some proprietary format.
Convert a Microsoft Word document to an open standard before posting.
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