I have two sorted files A and B where the size of A is much greater than B, e.g. A is 100GB while B is 50MB. I want to quickly determine if there are any lines in B that are contained in A, stopping ...
Yes, I know it sounds odd. Sequential and Binary-splits don't mix.. That is unless the sequence is the byte offset within the file itself... I've scrambled together a binary split search in bash ...