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Linux - Find string in files.
The -s is for summary and won't display warning messages such as
The -l is for list, so we get just the filename and not all instances of the match displayed in the results.
Performing the search on the current directory I get:
I find this useful for just quickly seeing which files contain a search time. I would normally limit the files searched with a command such as :
Another common search for me, is to just look at the recently updated files:
would find only files edited today, whilst the following finds the files older than today: