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post Aug 19 2006, 12:13 AM
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I have this so far:
for item in dupes[]:
  for item in filter[]:
     if mydupeitem[2:] = item:

now is there anything wrong with this? it wipes out my entire bash history, so it never gets to the write statement. filter[] is just a list of filters(strings) and dupes[] is just a list of strings as well, basically i an 'cleaning' my bash history at logoff, I have a remove duplicates script running and it sorts but I would like to remove any "cd blahblah" and rm's mv's etc. any ideas, I am new to python, so any help would be great.
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