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Concat one column values in loop bashed on other column

Concat one column values in loop bashed on other column

Concat one column values in loop bashed on other column

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I am creating a report where i am getting the memory module name and the status of the same. I have written the code to get the HTML file which is giving me output like attached image
below is the code

CODE --> bash

FS=","
print "=============================="
printf "<h3>ServerName:%s</h3>", server
print "=============================="
print  "<HTML>""<TABLE border="1">"
}
 {
printf "<TR>"
for(i=1;i<=NF;i++)
{
printf "%s", "<td"
if ($i+0==2) printf " bgcolor=#FF3333"
    else if ($i+0==1) printf " bgcolor=#FFCC33"
    else if ($i+0==4) printf " bgcolor=#99FF33"
print ">" $i "</td>"
}
print "</TR>"
 }
END{
print "</TABLE></BODY></HTML>"
 }
' Report.html 

But need the output like all the module with same status should come in comma separated manner in a single row.

CODE -->

Expected :  
Servername             Module           Status
xxxxxxx                1,2,3            3
xxxxxxx                5,6              1 


Please let me know how to achieve this

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