On Tue, Sep 19, 2006 at 04:39:35PM -0700, Jonathan Lang wrote:
> >Anyway, it's not clear to me that grep always has an exact opposite.
> I don't see why it ever wouldn't: you test each item in the list, and
> the item either passes or fails.  'select' would filter out the items
> that fail the test, while 'reject' would filter out the ones that pass
> it.

If grep is being kept, and an inverse is also desired,
it could be called perg (grep backwards, pronounced
purge :-)

I'm not serious.  Really.


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