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How do I use grep to search for "printf <any string of characters>" then three dots "..." ?

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Hi,

The subject says it all - whats the grep regular expression to find any variant on the following line:

int my_printf (const char *format, ...);

so, the match would be: printf<any string of characters> then three dots "..."
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grep -e "my_printf.*\.\.\."
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