On Linux I have two text files with russian UTF8 words sorted with
sort -u (actually I used
:%sort u in Vim, it produces same results).
One of the files
dict.txt contains around 700000 words of my custom dictionary. Another file
bad-words.txt contains often mistyped words.
I'd like to remove all words found in
I know that a perl script using a hash could do that, but I'm after a Unix one liner.
Ist there please a Unix command (maybe something using
diff?) to perform this task? And I hope
diff won't be confused by the large number of lines - because "Beyond compare" program on Windows is...