I am trying to write a batch file that passes the data once but gives me two output files from the original input file.
I tried doing this with a basic batch file but it chokes if the input file is very large. I usually process files with over 500,000 lines (records).
Set _SF=file 1.txt
If EXIST %_OF0% del %_OF0%
If EXIST %_OF1% del %_OF1%
For /f "usebackq tokens=*" %%a In ("%_SF%") Do (
If !errorlevel!==0 (echo.%%a>>%_OF0%) else echo.%%a>>%_OF1%
So I thought maybe I could do this with the existing UnixUtils but I can't figure out how to use grep and get the matches to one file and the non matches to another file while only passing the data once. Sure I could just run the grep twice and do a reverse match but when you are parsing millions of records that takes too much time that I don't have.
If this was a true bash script I could do something like this.
while read line
if echo $line | grep -f search_strings.txt; then
echo $line >> out1.txt
echo $line >> out2.txt
done < file.txt[/code]
Anyone got any ideas how I could do this with UnixUtils in a batch file. Can't use the included shell to do this.
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