Mabye this would answer your question !!
bash: grep: command not found
Im trying to do this in an IOL shell .. Redhat 4.1 !!
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From: "Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin)"
> grep '/en/' /logs/2001.log
> not do the same thing ?
>> You can also change the seperator character from / to avoid having to \
> occurances .... so your regexp could be something akin to =~@/en/@
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