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bzfgrep

 
Find any fixed strings separated by new lines in bzip2 compressed files using fgrep. More information: https://manned.org/bzfgrep.
 
  • Search for lines matching the list of search strings separated by new lines in a compressed file (case-sensitive):
     
    bzfgrep "{{search_string}}" {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Search for lines matching the list of search strings separated by new lines in a compressed file (case-insensitive):
     
    bzfgrep --ignore-case "{{search_string}}" {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Search for lines that do not match the list of search strings separated by new lines in a compressed file:
     
    bzfgrep --invert-match "{{search_string}}" {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Print file name and line number for each match:
     
    bzfgrep --with-filename --line-number "{{search_string}}" {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Search for lines matching a pattern, printing only the matched text:
     
    bzfgrep --only-matching "{{search_string}}" {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Recursively search files in a bzip2 compressed tar archive for the given list of strings:
     
    bzfgrep --recursive "{{search_string}}" {{path/to/file}}

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