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FIND + Finding Strings Within Files

Locates and displays all lines in a file or group of files

that contain a specified string.

VERSION

PC-DOS 2.0+

MS-DOS equivalent: FIND (2.0+)

TYPE

External

SYNTAX

[d:][path] FIND [C][/N] "string"

[sd:][spath]sfilename

OPTIONS

[d:][path] Specifies the drive letter and

path that contain the FIND

command file.

/V Displays all lines that do not

contain the string.

/C Displays a count of the lines

that contain the string.

/N Displays the line number of

each line found as well as the

line.

"string" Specifies the search string,

which can have up to 250

characters and must be

enclosed in double quotes.

Wildcards are not permitted.

[sd:][spath]sfilename Specifies the file to be

searched. FIND locates all

records or lines in the file

that match the specified

search string.

EXAMPLES

FIND "Oct. 28, 1988" INVOICES.TXT

locates and displays all lines containing the string "Oct. 28,

1988" in the file named INVOICES.TXT.

FIND "Oct. 28, 1988" INVOICES.TXT B:STMNTS.TXT

locates and displays all lines containing the string "Oct. 28,

1988" in the file named INVOICES.TXT on the default drive and the

file named STMNTS.TXT on drive B.

FIND C"Oct. 28, 1988" INVOICES.TXT

returns

---------- INVOICES.TXT: 201

indicating that 201 lines in the file did not contain the string.

FIND "Smith" INVOICES.TXT|FIND "Reno"

locates all of the lines in INVOICES.TXT that contain Smith.

Then, it passes this information to the FIND filter a second time

to locate all of the lines that also contain the city Reno. The

resulting output will display only those lines that contain both

Smith and Reno.

NOTE

Used with the MORE command, the output from FIND can be sent

to the screen one screen at a time.

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[For related topics, press R]

SEE ALSO

MORE Command

Replaceable Parameters in Batch Files

SORT Command



See also:


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