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comment Pipe find into grep -v
Wow this is even better. I was using 'extends(/s)+SomethingSomething' which seemed to work as far as I could tell. Is there any difference with this syntax with the one specified in the Extended RegEx version?
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Oh wow, thanks! That worked!
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This works but not with the negation part(e.g. when i add -v or -vi).
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comment Pipe find into grep -v
I tried your modifications and I'm still not getting the result I am expecting. I'll try updating the question to make it clearer.
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