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grep

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The grep command takes a pattern and for each input row it decides if the pattern matches on that row.

The grep function can also take a pattern and for each element in the input list decide if the pattern matches.

grep PATTERN FILE

"FILE".slurp.grep(/PATTERN/).


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Published on 2012-01-01


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