Richard Eibrand, Tue, Jan 27, 2004 at 03:46:44PM -0000:
> looking for the lines with "Distance:..."and "1., Trap...".
> How can I use grep to extract only those lines without using the -C
> option? To get for example "Distance:..." and "2.,Trap ..."?
grep -E '(pattern1|pattern2)' file
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