- Using grep command in Unix, we can find multiple search patterns to find the matching files.
- Either we can provide the file name to grep or we can give “*.*” which will search from all files under the directory. We need to provide the search patterns within single quotes with pipe separated each other.
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- Another way of searching multiple patterns,
- We can give multiple patterns with pipe separated when we use “-E” as an argument. Otherwise we can give “-e” separately for every pattern.