[Solved] How to grep all the strings which end with '.txt'
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[Solved] How to grep all the strings which end with ‘.txt’

How to grep all the strings which end with ‘.txt’ extension.

Some one ask this question on Ubuntu and I tried to figure it out the possibilities in which the outcome can be benefit to others.

May be the commands I used is not suitable for you as it is you can modified as by the need to you but it is most commonly used.

Previously he tried command to do the following is as under:

grep 'txt$' myFile

How to grep all the strings which end with ‘.txt’ Solution:

grep -o '\w*\.txt\b' myFile

or

grep -Eo '\w+\.txt\b' myFile

$ Grep -w

Use grep -w to get all words.

$ Grep -n

Use grep -n if you want results on their own line.

$ Grep -i

Use grep -i will do a case-insensitive search.

$ Grep -c

Use grep -c will return the number of times that word appeared in the file.

Above extensions are not specified to command you can use as it require. If you more commands regarding grep type:

$ grep –help

In this you can find all the commands regarding grep and its uses. This how can [Solved] How to grep all the strings which end with ‘.txt’.

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