> Have you tried it? For me, -l has always done what you'd intuit, i.e. list
> matching files. I think it means it'll stop checking *each file* once it's
> found a match *in that file* so it doesn't waste time pointlessly checking
> the remainder of the file (obviously different for -L).
>Of course I didn't try it Christian, do I like like I'm that intelligent! :)
(Tried it now, you're right, the job. Sorry, and thanks!)
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