Find all Files in .aspx files that match a string

I have an application that the files are stored in a directory.  I would like to create a C# page were a user can enter in specific text and the application would read the entire directory and return the file names and line numbers where the text occurs.  This is to help users find the information for.  So an example out put, possibly in a list view or grid view would be like this:

X files found

Name      Location
a.aspx     25
b.aspx     25
c.aspx      30

Any ideas of where I might find a starter sample?  http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/7296/Reading-Files-in-ASP-and-How-to-Search-for-a-parti Here is one that is in VBScript that works, but i need to convert the code to C#.  Didn't want to reinvent the wheel here.
atljarmanAsked:
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quizwedgeCommented:
To list all of the files in a directory, you can use System.IO.Directory.GetFiles() which will return an array. See http://www.csharp-examples.net/get-files-from-directory/ for examples.

You could then loop through that array and read individual files using System.IO.StreamReader, looping through the return of StreamReader line by line. See https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa287535(v=vs.71).aspx for an example.

From there, you could search the string of each line.

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atljarmanAuthor Commented:
Thank you.  I looked at the code you suggested and modified what I had.  For others visiting to the site, may need to look up how to loop through the GetFiles functionality.  I ended up with a different solution based on your suggestion that allows me to get multiple file extensions.  Thanks again.
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