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Thu, 12 Jul 2001 16:16:19 +0530
i am running Red Hat Linux 7.0 on my machine and i noticed that
there is something wrong with the COMM commmand. it does not produce the
display on the standard output i.e monitor. let me explain the type of
operation that i have used it in .
i have two simple text files FILE1 and FILE2 with the following
now when i COMM it
$ comm -12 FILE1 FILE2
it gives me no output . but when i ran the command COMM on a HP-UX
machine with the same two files FILE1 and FILE2 , it gave me the correct
output. (i.e ccode/server1.c )!! which is correct.
could you please explain this.
- BUG REPORT,
Stephan Menezes <=