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the simplest in awk...

the simplest in awk...

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what I have now:

CODE

$ cat f1
abc:3424
addf:4523
fsfs:2354
$ cat f2
abc:3535
fsfs:2354
$ awk -F\: '{print $1}' f1 f2|sort -u|while read a;do echo "$a :: `awk -F\: -vb=$a '$1 == b {print $2}' f1` : `awk -F\: -vc=$a '$1 == c {print $2}' f2`";done
abc :: 3424 : 3535
addf :: 4523 :
fsfs :: 2354 : 2354
$ 

and what I would like to have on output:

CODE

abc :: 3424 : 3535
addf :: 4523 : -
fsfs :: identical : identical 

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