How can I find a word in specific files matching a pattern. e.g. searching for version in CMake* files recursively found in the current directory.
I have 40 files in a directory and I want to count the number of times there is a line with a "2" in the first column in each file individually. I am trying something like this, but it prints out ...
My problem is that I need to: Find all lines matching regex_pattern in all files (deep search) in a given root directory For each line that matches, output: File name Line number containing the ...
I'm using: grep -n -H -o -R -e textword . List all file recursively under directory '.' with string 'textword' and show the file, line and only portion matching. I need to remove lines that ...
I'm having quite a bit of difficulty with a complex string. A friend's site was hacked and has since been locked down but I'm helping to clean up the mess leftover and what I need to do is the ...
Possible Duplicate: How to grep a text recursively on BusyBox 1.0? How can I search for a string in a file recursively in BusyBox 1.0 if find and grep are not available ? (I want to telnet ...
I have many files in a specific repository and i must find a file which has a specific string in its content (actually referencing the file Version.cc.in). What is the best solution to find it?
Is there an easy way to search inside 1000s of files in a complex directory structure to find files which contain a specific string within the file?