Subject: Re: quickie UNIX command
From: Gawain Reifsnyder (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 17 2001 - 11:10:08 MDT
At 1:06 PM -0400 on 5/17/01, cdowns wrote:
>>I want to remove files in a directory on my YDL machine that contain
>>a certain string. I think I'm getting close but no cigar... I'm
>>thinking it's something like:
>>rm | grep -l 'search string' *
>cat <filename> | grep -v "string_name" >> <newfile>
>and it will be stripped and a new file created .
Thanks Chris! I don't want to strip the string, though. I want to
delete the file containing the string. Or perhaps I'm not
understanding your message...
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