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It just colorizes the line based on if it has 0, 1 or 2 tabs at the beginning of the line. Won't work so well if lines already begin with tabs (too bad comm doesn't have an option to substitute \t for something else).
Don't forget comm needs input files to be sorted. You can use a shortcut like this with bash: comm
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