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[perldigious]: Even working for a large software engineering contractor that's willing to do remote could be an option. The fortune 500 company at $job-- I worked for had quite a lot of that work to hire out to large contractors.
[perldigious]: The pay and benifits leave a lot to be desired though, or so I've heard...
[Lady_Aleena]: Discipulus, grep doesn't have an option to go recursively through a directory as far as I know.
[Your Mother]: I work remotely and my pay and benefits are quite nice. :P
[choroba]: Lady_Aleena Perl's grep is not related to directories
[Your Mother]: It does recurse.
[Lady_Aleena]: choroba, I know.
[Your Mother]: -R, -r, --recursive
[1nickt]: Discipulus, Corion, try this: D.A. Golden's blog
[Lady_Aleena]: Your Mother, that's the command line grep, not perl's grep.

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