I am looking for the easy way to examine grep finds. I often grep for an expression in a bunch (~30) of programming files. I then go through the list of results and look at each of them to see if they are important to me. Ozo (EE guy) told me yesterday how to use awk to print out the line number and file name of all of the files that have an expression that I'm looking for. I thought that I could pipe this into vi and automatically look through all of the files to see if one has what I was looking for. Unfortunately vi only goes to the line number for the first file in a list. Does anyone know how to automatically look through a bunch of files that have the expression that you're looking for in them? I'm not picky about which editor I'm using.