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I used uniq -c to list the number of occurrences of each line from a text file.

I see the numbers outputted but what I want is only the lines with 1 occurrence.

How do I pull just these lines out?

Thank you.
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uniq -c | awk '{if ($1 == 1) print $0}'
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More obviously, why not use uniq -u ?

     -u      Don't output lines that are repeated in the input.

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