Comparing 2 CSV (Text Files) with fuzzy hashing , possible?

Hi Guys ,
i was asked by my boss to take 2 files , which are actually user repository files.

1 is hr user repository , the other is AD User repository.

i have 2 csv's which include the following
FirstName , FirstName2 , LastName , LastName2 , EmployeeID

Objective : i need to find which users in the the AD file , do not have a user in the HR File (which means they have a user but they are not workers)

Problem one - i tried using Contains and compared First Name to first name , and last name to last name , however - sometimes there are more then one first or last names , so i need to do more checks.

the first check however is the employee id - its not always there , but its 100% correct.

2nd Problem is typos - in one file there is

Arik , John , Smith
and the other has
Aric , John , Smith

is there a way to find % of matching? using some kind of fuzzy hashing?

im open to all ideas , maybe i aint seein the full picture

help is much appirciated ;)
m0tekAsked:
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ozoCommented:
perldoc -q "How can I do approximate matching"
       See the module String::Approx available from CPAN.
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mrjoltcolaCommented:
Check out Tie::Hash::Abbrev, it might be useful.

http://search.cpan.org/~fany/Tie-Hash-Array-0.1/lib/Tie/Hash/Abbrev.pm


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mrjoltcolaCommented:
Another article with some sample code

http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=300129
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m0tekAuthor Commented:
is there any premade thing using one of those?

this one seems very similar to what i need

http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=300129

(i dont know peral or anything , yet :( )
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mrjoltcolaCommented:
I don't think you will have much luck if you don't know Perl. Did you ask this in the Perl zone by mistake?
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