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Answer: how can i search a text file for a string and print every occurence of that string

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Q&A > strings > how can i search a text file for a string and print every occurence of that string contributed by Hofmator

I normally wouldn't program that by hand. Depending on your operating system I would use a grep variant (on *nix) or find/findstr (on Win). Alternatively you can use the equivalent from the Perl Power Tools .

--Hofmator

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