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Date: 2013dec1 Language: bash OS: Linux Q. How can I remove duplicate lines from a file? A. Use the -u option of sort:sort -u file1 > file2This will read file1 sort it and remove duplicate lines, placing the result in file2. The -u option stands for "unique".
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