I have to sorted files, say A.md5 and B.md5. I would like to write a small windows batch file, which returns the lines (in my case a list of files), which are present in A but not in B (not case sensitive). I don't need to use arguments; I would like to use it in an actual batch file.
fc A.md5 B.md5
but the output is too verbose and there is no way to customise it to behave in a more minimal way. I know it’s possible to do it with find.exe, but I am not yet on a level in find.exe to be able to write this script. BTW, once I've seen a website which had hundreds of find.exe examples explained (I think a similar question was one of them), can you possibly point me to that site?