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findstr

 
Find specified text within one or more files. More information: https://docs.microsoft.com/windows-server/administration/windows-commands/findstr.
 
  • Find space-separated string(s) in all files:
     
    findstr "{{query}}" *
     
  • Find space-separated string(s) in a piped command's output:
     
    {{dir}} | findstr "{{query}}"
     
  • Find space-separated string(s) in all files recur[s]ively:
     
    findstr /s "{{query}}" *
     
  • Find strings using a case-insensitive search:
     
    findstr /i "{{query}}" *"
     
  • Find strings in all files using regular expressions:
     
    findstr /r "{{expression}}" *
     
  • Find a literal string (containing spaces) in all text files:
     
    findstr /c:"{{query}}" *.txt
     
  • Display the line number before each matching line:
     
    findstr /n "{{query}}" *
     
  • Display only the filenames that contain a match:
     
    findstr /m "{{query}}" *

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