I'm struggling with a situation where I want to find records in a file that have duplicate values in one part of the record. I can do this, but I also want to retain all records in the output.
Here is the example:
So far I've had no luck accomplishing this. I was able to get this output:
By doing the following:
Can anyone help to ensure I don't actually drop any of the dup records?
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