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answered How can I “cat” a file and remove commented lines?
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comment How can I “cat” a file and remove commented lines?
egrep likes files too (less processes and buffers used), and a little bonus would be to remove indented comments too: egrep -v '^[[:blank:]]*;' file.ini
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answered Is there ever a reason to use `cat` when you've got `less`?