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search file contain certain value

Posted on 2006-11-15
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Hi,

i would like to ask what is the command in linux
to find/search any files in current directory that contain certain value ( ex. value is 'shellexec' )

thanks
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Question by:abangbatax
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grep -r  shellexec *
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thanks... exact answer!
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