A quick reference page for info on my srch_strings_wrap script:

3 Responses to srch_strings_wrap

  1. Robert

    I’m forensic investigator from Szcezcin in Poland. I’m trying use Your script wich -G option. The expression used in “-G file” was checket in grep tester on “” website, but in results of Your script is nothing. Is any special syntax for -g or -G option in srch_strings_wrap.
    There is my expression: (ANEKS\s+nr\s+2)|(wk.+\s+wsp.+wnika)|(z\s+dnia\s+[0-9]{1,2}\.[0-9]{1,2}\.[0-9]{2,4}).
    Ask for an urgent reply.
    Best regards
    Robert Niedzielski

    • Robert

      I’ve changed the expression:
      \(ANEKS[[:space:]]\+nr\s[[:space:]]\+2\)\|\(wk.d[[:space:]]\+wsp.\+wnika\)\|\(z[[:space:]]\+dnia[[:space:]]\+[0-9]\{1,2\}\.[0-9]\{1,2\}\.[0-9]\{2,4\}\).This mean that script use only basic syntax of grep regular expression?

      • superponible Post author

        If you’re using -g, you can enter the regex on the command line. If you’re using “-G file”, the regex should be on a line in file.

        The script is basically just passing whatever you give it on to grep, so whatever grep supports, the script should support.

        For example, if you do “-g ab.*d”, it will apply “grep ab.*d” to the output.

        Hope that helps.

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