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how to compare two files in unix

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unix diff does incomplete merge when using the -u option
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I use Ultra Compare to compare files of any size. There is a Linux version of Ultra Compare. I also have Beyond Compare and it comes in a Linux version as well. So the tools are out there for you.
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