What is Linux grep Command?
|-A||Print num lines of text that occur after the matching line.|
|-a||Don't suppress output lines with binary data, treat as text.|
|-b||Print the byte offset of input file before each line of output.|
|-c||Print's the count of line matched.|
|-d action||Define action for accessing the directories
read read all files in the directories.
skip skip directories.
recurse recursively read all files and directories
|-e pattern||Search for pattern.|
|-h||Print matched lines but not filenames.|
|-i||Ignore changes in case; consider upper- and lower-case letters equivalent.|
|-n||Print line and line number.|
|-q||Prints in quite mode, prints nothing.|
|-r||Recursively read all files in directories and in subdirectories found.|
|-v||Prints all the lines that do not match.|
|-w||Match on whole word only.|
|You can also use Patterns for search operation.|
|.||Matches single character.|
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