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When piped with ls, grep in solaris is not working

I am using the below command in solaris ls -l | grep '*PROC*' But it is not working. I have many files that contain "PROC" in their name like "XREF_PROC.complete" but when I use the above command ...
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how to grep exact pattern

I’ve tried several grep / egrep ideas with different options but none worked here. I’m trying to grep exact match of the pattern I’m looking in a log. For example I want only a pattern “ERROR” to get ...
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egrep for time in H:MM:SS format

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?
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Restrict grepping to non-comment lines

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 ...
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grep next exact match in double quotes

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" ...
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What are the advantages, if any of grep over egrep

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 ...