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Re: Search OS/400 Physical Files



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Hi Shannon,

I think the Unix "grep" does this. I am not 100% sure though. It's been
a long time since I used it.



Thanx,

Nick



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Subject
Search OS/400 Physical Files






Does anyone know of a utility that will allow you to do a generic search
of
OS/400 one or more physical files (singly or all at once) for records
containing a particular character string?



I'm thinking of something like the Windows Search function which allows
you
to search for files containing a string within them.



I wonder if one of the unix-type commands I could run in Qshell would have
something that would work.







Shannon O'Donnell










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