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Re: Excluding files with grep

From: Jian Wang
Subject: Re: Excluding files with grep
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2006 09:21:07 +0800

I don't know clearly what your problem is. Grep has an option '--exclude'
used to exclude files. Is it what you want?

On 10/31/06, DarkRick < address@hidden> wrote:

Hi... I'm new in grep world... I have a set of files, a.txt, b.txt, c.txt,
but when I open one of those (suppose c.txt) it's damaged and it's content
is full of 00 in hexadecimal format. I'm trying to list all files
the damaged one, but the only solution that I could find didn't work. Any

I've tried this command first, "$ grep ^[1-9A-Za-z] *" but it shows files
that has content... then, I tried with find, but it listed all the files.

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