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comment Grepping multiple instances of a string, with context, from a file
Hm, adding those commas seem to give me no results. Or is it that they would show only those matches at the beginning or ending of a line?
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revised Grepping multiple instances of a string, with context, from a file
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comment Grepping multiple instances of a string, with context, from a file
That splits all instances into separate lines, at least on my system (grep 2.6.3) :( But, I can add -n to get the line number at the beginning.
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comment Grepping multiple instances of a string, with context, from a file
I've added example source and desired output.
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revised Grepping multiple instances of a string, with context, from a file
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revised Grepping multiple instances of a string, with context, from a file
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accepted How does this text reformatting happen with ack?
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comment `ack` doesn't show line numbers on a single file
What the heck is going on in these comments?
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asked Where does missing `time` go?
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