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2000\03\01@103344 by jamesnewton

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Uh... Start / Find / Files or folders, Containing Text, Include subfolders?

Unless you have to have regular expressions to accurately identify the text.
In that case, I would guess a PERL script is the best option.

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Subject: RGREP for Win95/NT


Anybody know where to find RGREP (recursive grep) for Win95/NT?  I'm running
into dead-ends.

I need to search a bunch of source directories for piece of text.

Thanks.

Andy

2000\03\12@180433 by Mitchell D. Miller

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Andy,

Check out the help screen for the FOR command using the /R syntax.  When
used in conjuction with FIND, you can perform recursive (directory) find
commands.  (I know NT and Win2000 have the /R feature in the FOR command,
but not sure about 95/98).

-- Mitch

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Subject: Re: RGREP for Win95/NT [OT]


> Uh... Start / Find / Files or folders, Containing Text, Include
subfolders?
>
> Unless you have to have regular expressions to accurately identify the
text.
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running
> into dead-ends.
>
> I need to search a bunch of source directories for piece of text.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Andy

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