I ran this command:
grep -i 'bro*' shows.csv
and got this as output
1845307,2 Broke Girls,2011,138,6.7,89093 1702042,An Idiot Abroad,2010,21,8.3,29759 903747,Breaking Bad,2008,62,9.5,1402577 2249364,Broadchurch,2013,24,8.4,89378 1733785,Bron/Broen,2011,38,8.6,56357 2467372,Brooklyn Nine-Nine,2013,145,8.4,209571 7569592,Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,2018,36,7.6,69041 7221388,Cobra Kai,2018,31,8.7,72993 1355642,Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood,2009,69,9.1,111111 118360,Johnny Bravo,1997,67,7.2,32185 455275,Prison Break,2005,91,8.3,465246 115341,Sabrina the Teenage Witch,1996,163,6.6,33458 1312171,The Umbrella Academy,2019,20,8,140800 3339966,Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,2015,51,7.6,61891
bro in breaking bad? In fact,
o doesn't even appear in "Breaking bad". I tried it once more, and got the same result. It is not accounting for the last character. Is there something wrong in the way I am writing it?
You can download the file shows.csv from https://cdn.cs50.net/2021/x/seminars/linux/shows.csv