Working on the file an need to grep the line with a time stamp in the H:MM:SS format. I tried the following egrep '[0-9]\:[0-9]\:[0-9]'. Didn't work for me. What am i doing wrong in regex?
I need to find in Perl source files lines containing bin/exim|SendEmail|Unformatted except of comment lines (lines starting with # with possible whitespace before). I know how to do it with a ...
I am trying to grep string and next string which is marked in double quotes. Its a .xml file and the content would be as below: <jvmEntries xmi:id="1183122130078" verboseModeClass="false" ...
I'm just learning about the grep family of programs, and it seems to me that egrep is strictly superior to grep - it can do everything that grep can do, but more. Am I wrong? Why not just use egrep ...