Nick Barraco wrote:

>Does anybody know of (or have source for) a handy little utility to find
duplicate records in a file?  

select key from file group by key having count(*)>1 works, or

FDTAARA  IP  F     539            DISK                    
FQSYSPRT O   F     132     OF    LPRINTER                 
LQSYSPRT 066FL060OL                                       
IDTAARA  AA  01                                           
I                                       14  23 ODLBNML1   

L1 comes on for every new value of ODLBNM, so if you have 01NL1, you have a

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