Ok here's the situation. I need to strip all lines from a long file which contain certain words. This list of words is ever-growing, and will probably stay that way. Currently I have a bash script that cats a file, then uses grep -v to strip that line, then it outputs it to another file after all the stripping is complete. At first it wasn't difficult, until I realised that I could only use so many instances of grep in a row before the script would break. So I was resolved to output it to another file and cat it again. I know there is an easier way to do this, I just don't know enough about shell scripting to figure it out.
Basicly what I want to have happen is I would like to maintain a separate file containing a list of words who's lines need to be stripped. I would then like the bash script to cat that file, grep for the variable and then output it to a new file with the words stripped.
Kinda like this.
cat filename.txt | grep -v $stripme > stripped.txt
I just don't know how to tell the script that $stripme is the contents of the stripme.txt file. The contents of the stripme.txt file can consist of 1 or more words, each on a new line. Example:
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500 points for working code, and my thanks.