qgrep - Durchsucht Dateien mit Hilfe von regulären ausdrücken nach bestimmten Zeichenfolgen - CMD Befehle Übersicht

Beschreibung
Durchsucht Dateien mit Hilfe von regulären ausdrücken nach bestimmten Zeichenfolgen
Nach erfolgreicher Suche wird die betreffende Zeile ausgegeben.

usage: qgrep [-?BELOXlnzvxy][-e string][-f file][-i file][strings][files]
-? - print this message
-B - match pattern if at beginning of line
-E - match pattern if at end of line
-L - treat search strings literally (fgrep)
-O - print seek offset before each matching line
-X - treat search strings as regular expressions (grep)
-l - print only file name if file contains match
-n - print line number before each matching line
-z - print matching lines in MSC error message format
-v - print only lines not containing a match
-x - print lines that match exactly (-BE)
-y - treat upper and lower case as equivalent
-e - treat next argument literally as a search string
-f - read search strings from file named by next argument (- = stdin)
-i - read file list from file named by next argument (- = stdin)
White space separates search strings unless the argument is prefixed
with -e, e.g., 'qgrep "all out" x.y' means find either "all" or
"out" in x.y, while 'qgrep -e "all out" x.y' means find "all out".
usage: qgrep [-?BELOXlnzvxy][-e string][-f file][-i file][strings][files]
-? - print this message
-B - match pattern if at beginning of line
-E - match pattern if at end of line
-L - treat search strings literally (fgrep)
-O - print seek offset before each matching line
-X - treat search strings as regular expressions (grep)
-l - print only file name if file contains match
-n - print line number before each matching line
-z - print matching lines in MSC error message format
-v - print only lines not containing a match
-x - print lines that match exactly (-BE)
-y - treat upper and lower case as equivalent
-e - treat next argument literally as a search string
-f - read search strings from file named by next argument (- = stdin)
-i - read file list from file named by next argument (- = stdin)
White space separates search strings unless the argument is prefixed
with -e, e.g., 'qgrep "all out" x.y' means find either "all" or
"out" in x.y, while 'qgrep -e "all out" x.y' means find "all out".

 

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Windows 2003 Resource Kit, Windows 2000 Resource Kit

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