--- Matthew Hunt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 13, 2003 at 05:37:39PM -0500, Francisco Reyes wrote:
> > The man page for grep says to use "-r" to recurse, yet when I try
> > something like
> > grep -r -li string *.c
> > I get no files. However, if I go into one of the subdirectories and do
> > plain grep <string> *.c then <string> is found on several files.
> When using "-r", the arguments to grep should be directories. It will
> process all of the files in the given directories, recursively. There
> no provision for searching a subset of the files (i.e. "*.c). If you
> need to do that, use find and xargs.
You can also do this with something like:
ls -laR | egrep *.c
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