How to use the GREP command in linux
grep is a powerful file pattern searcher that comes equipped on every distribution of Linux.
The grep command is used to search text file for patterns. A pattern can be a word, text, numbers and more. It is one of the most useful commands on Debian/Ubuntu/ Linux and Unix like operating systems.

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Ajit Kumar

May 2, 2020

Thank you so much

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GameDev Now

May 2, 2020

very useful

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