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A script that produces as output not the identical lines but the different

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I have the 2 files file1 and file2
the 2 files have the following records per line
xx1@yahoo.com
xxxddd@yahoo.com

A big number of records are identical in file 1 and file2
I have truied to concatenate
cat file1 >> file2
and sort file2
and make
uniq -u file2
in order to receive only the different lines and not the common but it doesn't work.
What command can I use in order to do it?
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Question by:vage78
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cat file2 | sort -u > file2
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by:vage78
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Hi yuzh
It doesn't works. I only want the lines that exist only ONE time in my file. I don't want to receive the adiacent lines that are identical
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by:durindil
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can you use diff?

> diff file1 file2
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by:meff
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Hi!

Yes.
sort -u (as yuzh said)
diff (as durindil said)
also try 'comm' - it may happen that's you're looking for (read man carefully - or you may not achieve a good result!).

meff
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by:vage78
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Hi
My problem is that after cutting off the spaces at my file
when I'm making
uniq -u file2
are not coming out the unique lines contrarily come all.
What can  do?
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by:sagar24
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hi
I think you use
command  comm.
ust out the details for this command using
man comm

Regards
sagar
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by:sagar24
ID: 9785295
hi
I think you use
command  comm -3 file1 file2.
find more details for this command using
man comm

Regards
sagar
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by:vage78
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thanks
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