How can I grep for line containing pipe character | or for character >: files content: |this is test where is > this is none now what I need using grep command is grep -iE "<some ...
I have a simple problem: In my file, the are lines containing the string ˆ@ˆ@ˆ@ˆ@ˆ@ˆ@. I just want to delete all lines with this string, using for example the sed or grep commands. And I would like ...
When I do ls -l | grep ^d it lists only directories in the current directory. What I'd like to know is what does the caret ^ in ^d mean?