Van Morrison - September 25, 2018

Using the Grep Regex functionality in grep command line

The grep command is an essential tool for any linux command line beginner, novice or expert. It makes your job much easier and it is very easy to use.

As a short definition, grep is a binary that searches for a pattern in a file. A grep command can be customized in multiple ways.

Basic examples:

‘grep PATTERN FILE’ will search for the exact PATTERN (case sensitive) in the given FILE


# grep files copyright.doc

The files tagged with this license contains the following paragraphs:

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