Let's say I have multiple lines similar to below in a file. Turbo is a cat. cats are good. cats are not dog. Coco is a black cat. cats are furry. cats are not dog. now, if want to grep all the ^.*...
I am searching large amounts of SQL scripts for data dependencies but due to variations in the scripts, I have encountered an interesting problem. If I am searching for the word FROM it only returns ...
I prefer (Perl/Python Compatible Regular Expressions) regular expressions. man grep: ...., but only work if pcre is available in the system Is this supported on the most common linux ...
I'm trying to grab this pattern wherever it occurs in multiple log files (Note:these patterns can vary greatly in size, i.e. the amount of Blahs): Found an txt File Blah Blah 10019874 ...
Attempting to use pcregrep to print the first line after a blank line. For example, contents of file first line second line I need second line to be printed. Here are a few tests using the same ...