Re: grep puzzle: all files that don't contain pattern
On 2008-10-24, kj <socyl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Here's another "grep puzzle". With grep -l one can find the names
of files that match a pattern. And with grep -v one can list all
the lines in the input that do not match a particular pattern.
But how to get the names of all files that *don't* match a pattern
*anywhere* on the file?
After ten seconds of man find:
Suppress normal output; instead print the name of each
input file from which no output would normally have been printed. The
scanning will stop on the first match.
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