I would like to search all files containing an association of strings (here the files should contain 'arthur' AND ('déni' OR 'deni') for instance) in a directory and subdirectories. After some search ...
I'm tasked with writing a shell script which checks that a filename conforms to a specific pattern and I'm not sure how to go about it. The filename should follow a pattern which looks like: ...
I am trying to find the number of certain types of files that have a '_' in the filename. I'm a massive beginner so my syntax looks like this at the moment; foreach txt ( 'ls *.txt') set n=0 if(grep ...
I have a plain text file, in every line is a path to a file. Now I have to grep for a string in these files. Is there any way to use this file as "search source" for grep? Or do I have to copy and ...
I've tried this. grep -r thanks * slave-iv grep: invalid option -- '@' Usage: grep [OPTION]... PATTERN [FILE]... Try `grep --help' for more information. Here's ...