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    Question Grep Command Help

    Greetings,

    I am Kevinesh. A new user to LINUX & Ubuntu. I don't understand about grep, awk, & sed command. Would prefer if anybody could help me out. Cause i am a Windows user previously migrating to LINUX as my future job needs to be supported in LINUX platform.


    A step by step guidance would be much appreciated.


    Thanks in advance.



    Kevinesh

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    Re: Grep Command Help


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    Re: Grep Command Help

    or just use the manual in the terminal tolearn from each command. type:
    Code:
    man grep
    Code:
    man sed
    Code:
    man awk
    to see a full description of each of them

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    Re: Grep Command Help

    Grep, sed and awk are very handy split, search and inline editing tools for the Linux terminal.
    As a first time user, you'll probably not use them a lot, if you don't want to dive into shell scripting right away...
    Anyway, here's a nice introduction:
    www.securitydocs.com/pdf/3489.PDF

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    Re: Grep Command Help

    Quote Originally Posted by fdrake View Post


    Thank for the assist fdrake!!! Appreciate to max...

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    Re: Grep Command Help

    Quote Originally Posted by rosencrantz View Post
    Grep, sed and awk are very handy split, search and inline editing tools for the Linux terminal.
    As a first time user, you'll probably not use them a lot, if you don't want to dive into shell scripting right away...
    Anyway, here's a nice introduction:
    www.securitydocs.com/pdf/3489.PDF

    Thanks rosencrantz!!!! Appreciate your help.. Good Day...

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